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Trap Shoot 

The request for re-zoning 
of land to be used for club 
activities by (he Northern 
Illinois - Conservation Club 
was approved by the County 
Board of Supervisors laat 
Thursday. 

Tho Conservation Club' 
asked that a portion of the 
Club grounds, south of Rto. 
173 at Channel Lake, be re*; 
zoned from R-4, residential, 
to i F-Fanning. They also 
asked for a permit to operate 
a private gun club for trap 
and skcot shooting on tho 
property. 

Tho land in question is the 
old Channel Lake Country 
Club, It is owned by the Cif- 
,ford family. The Club has 
renovated the building on the 
property for .use as a club 
house. 

Tlic Conservation Club has 
been active in promoting the 
teaching of conservation in 
the schools in the area, and 
In educating Boy Scouts and 
other youths of the area in 
conservation. 






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IRISHMEN SCORED an upset and look second place In tho 
Homecoming floats this year. ■"--'. : ~- "9 : ?\ 



P M & L To Hold 
Audition For Roles 

Anyone who might be in- 
terested is invited to audi- 
tion for a role, in "Mr. Rob- 
erts" on Sunday; October 20; 
at p.m. 

' The Palette, Masque & Lyre 
theatre group plan to stage 
lour performances of the 
play on Dec. 27 and 20, and 
Jan. 4 and 5. 

Thq_lry-outs next Sunday 
will be at the PM&L Theatre, 
formerly live Lakes Theatre 
on Main St. 

You need not be a member 
of lb PM&L to try out for 
tii play. There are 17 men 
and one woman in the cast. 



Mallory Elected to 
Board of Directors 

G. Mallory, proprietor of 
the Antioeh KJA Foodllner. 
of Antioeh, was elected to 
the Hoard of Directors of 
the Associated Food Retailers 
of Illinois recently. 

The elections were held at 
a con void ion of the associa- 
tion in Peoria on Oct. 5-7. 



HOLIDAY FOR 
StUDENTS 

Students of Lake County 
will have a holiday Friday, 
October IU, which is teach- 
ers Institute Day. 




QUIIN CHERYL rUtDtl. is lii tho eunrer in this picture taken at 
tho Homecoming tootfealt game. Candidates Nancy lindblad and Sandra 
Ma odor are en Ina left and right. 



Cheryl Reidel 
Crowned Queen 
Of Homecoming 



Cheryl Reidel, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Reidel, 
Lakes' Villa , \yas crowned 
Homecoming Queen at the 
dance at Antioeh Community 
High School Saturday night. 
Her escort, Jeff Gates, from 
Allendale School, was crown- 
ed King. 

The other two candidates 
were Sandra Maeder, escort- 
ed by John Lear, and Nancy 
Lindblad. escorted by Greg 
Gates. Junior attendant Toni 
Aorne was escorted by Paid 
Lindblad. Sophomore at- 
tendant Janel Shechan was 
escorted by David Fabry, and 
Freshman Betty llrinkor bad 
Willian Sheldon as her es- 
cort. 

Tho Homecoming parade 
Saturday morning dispalyod 
several floats, with the Senior 
Class float winning first 
place. The freshman float 
took second place, with jun- 



Grass Lake To 
Vote on Additions 
To School Building 



lora coming in third and 
sophomores fourth. 

In club floats, the Pep 
Club took first, the GAA sec- 
ond, the Science Club third 
and the Spanish club fourth. 

In Business * and Civic 
floats, tho Girl Scouts, the 
Moose and the Antioeh News 
took honors in that order. 
Dick's Hike Shop was winner 
of I he busi luess and civic cars 
division. 

From the standpoint of 
the Homecoming crowd, the 
afternoon's football games 
were a signal success, with 
hoih the sophomore and sen- 
ior teams scoring decisive 
wins. 



v Sabin OraLSundayNih Aritl-; 
och can he rated a 'thrilling 
success", according to a news 
letter from Elmer M„ Kadi-] 
son, M> >D„ chairman -of it he: 
Polio" Advisory.iCbmmlttoo of 
Lake County and Dr. Arthur 
Gr}Bakor^cochalrinan. I 

4;767 ''doses jof -the 'vaccine! 
were: ad ministered during | tho 
day at the Antioeh Commun- 
ity High School. ; Dr. (James 
Kopriva, local Medical. Chair- 
man, said that ' Antioeh 'had a 
better; turn-out, ^percentage- 
Wise than the rest of Lake 
County. An overall percent- 
age of 50% of Lake County 
residents received the vac- 
cine, while 57% of the Anti- 
oeh residents participated. 

Dr. Kadlaon, Dr. Baker 
and James Bickctt, Lake 
County Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation, extended thanks to 
Donald Poulter, volunteer 
chairman of the Antioeh pro- 
gram, for the excellent or- 
ganization of the program in 
Antioeh. Dr. Kopriva com- 
mented' that plenty of work- 
ers had been provided to 
handle the mechanics of the 
vaccine administration, and 
that' there was no waiting- line 
at any time during the day, 
in spite of the fact that 
thousands received the vac- 
cine. The busiest hours at 
the High School were front 2- 
3 p.m, and between 4 and 
5 p.m. • ■ 

The vaccine was given in a 
small amount of water In a 
paper cup. Volunteer .work- 
ers from local clubs assisted 
in filling out registration 
forms and directing people to 
tables where tho vaccine was 
dispensed. Local doctors and 
Tony Stanich, pharmacist,' 
were in attendance during 
the administering of the vuc- 
elno;. .'•■-■ ■ .■--■-»-.-.- 

'Plans are already being 
made for the second S.O.S.. 
program, ' on December it. 
Those who took the vaccine 
Sunday will receive Hie sec- 
ond dose on this day. Those 
who didn't receive the vae- 
ci no- last Sunday can lake the 
first dose on December. 8, 
and contact their doctors for 
the second dose. 

A donation of 50c was 
asked for each dose of vac- 
cine,, but no one was turned 
away if they did not have the 
money. 



-7, , AntlpClir,momb'drH?>of the; 
Countryside Hospital -Rdurd 
Ttiot with ; repjcsoiilatly^siidfj 
ilqcal icl vie groups and' ;club9 
at 'the Antioeh iCommunltyi 
f|igh" School Tuesday night: 
'(Oct^.1(j)- ■purpose-of thei 
meeting^ was to inform the 
local groups on the plans and 
progress of the ;fuml, drive,] 
and to (provide iropresehta-J 
Uvea with fin formation on 
both the proposed hospital 
and the fund drive, 
'■j Representatives -of about 
15 local groups were present 
at the mooting, Board mem- 
bers naked', for Volunteer 
\yc-rkors lo assist. In the re* 
canvass of Antioeh Town- 
ship; Hoard members esti- 
mate about HO per cent of the 
residents of the township 
have been contacted for 
pledges. It is hoped that 



th, re-canvass can be com-; 
plbfod ^before, 'Ohristijmts/ c k 

;Mi'3. -Edith Elnis./womber 
of tlie'iHdspltalVJBoafd, .--isabl: 
a 'meeting of workers for the': 
drivo^wlll iibc^hdldWliiirstlayii 
November 7, at ^Antioeh Cdm^ 
munify High •School. ';Fur,ther 
information en jthe meeting] 
will be ^released at^a :later 
date. '/< ■ -' l -■■!''■- z 
Elect New Director* 

At a meeting held -October, 
in the Lake Villa' School, 
Countryside Hospital Associa- 
tion voted to amend the Con- 
stitution; permitting new 
members to be elected- Direc- 
tors. ? V . : ." ':, 

The new directors arc rep- 
resentatives from ail four 
townships, bringing the total 
of Hoard members to 25. 
The . Board iiow consists of 
five directors from the four 



townships, and five directors 
at large. _ 

i"Tho members" elected lib 
the Board represent ." t lie so- 
cial, tbusinoss iand Industry 
groups In tho county. )Dr. \WV 
C. jpetty,' vgehdraL ^chairman; 
of the campaign said, "with 
the addition of these .prom- 
inent pcopleto the 'board {of 
directors* ?the .. building, of 
Countryside Hospital will be 
accomplished - that"; m u c h 
sooner," - 

The' newly elected mem- 
bers are: Walter Atkinson, 
former three time' sheriff of 
Lake County; William Brook, 
president of the . State Bank 
of Antloi'hV Joseph Broil, ire- 
tired construction executive 
of Sears,' Roebuck & Co.; Mrs. 
Ellen Bywell, member . Co- 
operatives Group; William 
Dixon, . Vice-president, Lake 




Vote on Union 



Voters in the Grass Lake 
School District will he called 
on (o utile on two separate 
propositions for an addition 
to the school building. 

One proposal will ask the 
voters to vote for or against 
a bond issue of $68,000.00 to 
construct a gymnasium as an 
addition to the school build- 
ing. , The other proposal will 
ask the voter to vote for or 
against an issue of $130,000 
to construct a gymnasium and 
four classrooms. 

Both proposals, of course, 
could be defeated, or either 
one could be approved. It 
is even possible that voters, 
possibly confused by the 



two proposals, could approve 
both. In that case, it would 
be up to the school board lo 
decide what the addition 
should comprise. 

Polling will take place at 
the Grass Lake School on 
Nov. 16 (Saturday) from noon 
to 7- p.m. Under a new state 
law, only registered voters 
may vote. Information about 
the proposed bond issue will 
be made available to resi- 
dents at next Monday's meet- 
ing of the Grass Lake School 
P.T.A. 

Grass Lake School has an 
enrollment of about 170 and 
has no gym at present. 



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Wedding at 
Lake Villa 

By Mrs. Fred* Bart left 
Lake Villa 356-5372 

Miss Violet -Schneider, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 
liam Peterson, was married to 
Carlton Ficher, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Clarence Ficher of 
Gurucc, in a candlelight cere- 
mony at 7 p.m. at I he. Lake 
Villa Methodist church Sat- 
urday. October Hi. 

Violet's three sisters were 
her attendants: Mrs? John 
(Judy) Anderto was matron 
of honor and her sisters, San- 
dra and. Linda, acted as 
bridesmaids. Clarence Fich- 
er, Jr., brother of the groom, 
was best man, with Charles 
Sherman and John Anderle 
as ushers. 

A reception was held at 
the Lake Villa VFVV hall. 

The couple are honey- 
mooning in Michigan. On 
their return they will reside 
in Waukcgan. 



MILLBUURN O. E. S. 

A meeting of the Past Ma- 
trons of the Millburn Chapter 
of the O.E.S. will bo held 
October 17 at 8 p.m. at the 



Invite Nurses 
To Tour Cook 
Co, Hospital 

The Cook County School of 
Nursing, Chicago, invilcs 
graduate nurses to visit Cook 
Counly Hospital, Friday and 
Saturday, ....ov. I and 2. 

Over, the years, hundreds 
of nurses have contacted 
Cook Counly Hospital to ar- 
range special tours or to re- 
quest information about nurs- 
ing procedures in a large 
metropolitan institution. To 
answer many of these ques- 
tions and -to give nurses an 
opportunity to tour the hos- 
pital, the School of Nursing 
is offering this special pro- 
gram, "Weekend at Cook 
County." 

Since reservations are lim- 
ited, interested nurses should 
contact Mr. Frank Dypold, 
Cook County School of Nurs- 
ing, 1000 West Polk SI reel. 
Chicago 12. III., TAylor -!)- 
uMOO. before October 25. 



Whether or not workers at 
Regal China Plant in Antioeh 
shall belong lo a union will 
be put* to a vole of I he work- 
ers on Friday, October IB, be- 
tween 2:;)0 and 6:30 p.m. .- 

Representatives of the Illi- 
nois Brotherhood of Team- 
sters have evidently been 
con I acting, workers at the 
plant for some time. Several 
Jet tors have been circulated 
tomong. tlm workers, accord: 
M:to Miss' Catherine Miller: 
General Manager of the plant, 
pointing out the advantages 
of union membership ' and 
criticizing Hie management 
of Regal China. . 

The election on October HJ 
will be conducted by the. Na- 
tional Labor Relations Board. 
The vote will affect about 1110 
workers, Including mainten- 
ance, workers, warehouse 
men, regular part-time em- 
ployees and line leaders of 
the plant who were in 1 ho 
employ of the company be- 
fore the payroll period .end- 
ing on September 22. 

Some of the charges of 
union organizers attempting 
lo unionize the plunl are con- 
tained in. a letter circulated 
among workers and signed by 
the Organizing Committee, 
Local 7<I3. I. B. of T.,* 220 
South Ashland Blvd. 

The union charges Regal 
with recently instituting a 
new rule in the plant to try 
lo stop workers from con- 
versing "for fear they might 
be talking about the union." 

Miss Miller commented 
I he charge is baseless? and 
that Regal has not made a 
rule, recently or in the past, 
that workers may not con- 
verse. 

Miss Miller ' pointed out 



that one charge against man- 
agement in the letter, clearly 
did not apply to Regal China. 
The letter ; pointed out thai 
Management • .has its own 
union, in the form of Cham- 
ber of Commerce .member- 
ship, the National Assoc. ,of 
sale Associations. Miss Mil- 
ler said that Regal China does 
not belong to any of these 
associations. 

•-This :is the third-attempt 
of uniofi organizers to union- 
ize the Regal China Shop. 
Asked what effect it might 
have on the future plans of 
Regal China if workers voted 
for a union shop Friday! Miss 
Miller declined to comment. 
"I just hope it doesn't hap- 
pen," she said. 



Pat Kennedy 
Queen At 
St Joseph's 

Pat Kcnnedwy, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Kennedy 
of Antioeh and a senior at SI. 
Joseph's High School in Ke- 
nosha, was crowned Queen 
of that school's Homecoming 
festivities Friday night, Octo- 
ber 4. 

■ Ten candidates for Queen 
arc selected by the Senior 
hoys about a week before 
Homecoming. The. entire stu- 
dent body, about 1,600 stu- 
dents, votes for the final se- 
lection of Queen. 

At iik Joe's. Homecoming 
dance wjjs held Friday night. 
The parade and football game 
are held on Sunday, with the 
Queen reigning throughout. 

St. Joseph's football team 



"First Night" 
Of PM&L is 
Semi-Formal ' 2 

The- new- Palette, Masque 
and Lyre Theatre will open 
with a real "First-Nighler" 
program, scheduled for No- 
vember 15. ' ' • 

The theatre will be opened 
with (he first perfmormaucc 
of "Night Must Fall." Dress 
for the evening will be semi- 
formal, with a dinner party 
following the performance. 

"Night .Must Fall" will be 
staged on four nights: Friday 
ami Saturday, Nov. 15 and 16, 
and Nov. 22 and 23. Curtain 
Ufne is 8:30 p.m. 

Many members of the com- 
munity arc assisting in the 
renovation of the theater. 
The Antioeh Art Guild is aid- 
ing the PM& L, and Patrons 
and Angels arc assisting with 
cash contributions. The club 
has 'decided to confer honor- 
ary "Life Memberships" to 
those contributing $100 or 
more. 

Preparations arc being 
made for a full year around 
season of "live" shows. The 
purpose of the organization is 
to become a community in- 
stitution serving the' area in 
all fields of art and culture 
and the best in entertain- 
ment. 




Dance Band to 
Play at Downey 

The Antioeh High School 
Dance Band will play a con- 
cert at Downey Hospital on 
October 22. . 

The band, which numbers 
about 18 pieces, is made up 
of students. They play main- 
ly popular music, and provide 
music I'm- many of the 
school's dances. 



Villa Dank; ^Richard Daniels, ' 
officer, :State 'Bank of Antl- : 
och; ° * ' =1 

^Mrs T-iEdllli Elms, Chair--:, 
-wbmaii of iCountrysido Worn- ' 
ah'sKActlvitles; Mrs.^Kay jEl-: ; 
chorn.^membbr iCo-operatlve^ ; 
Woman's^:. iGroiip; ' ^Arthur- 
Giese, * pluinbihg ^contractors 
Round l ; Lake, Beach; iMrs.^ 
Joyce MeCleod, mertibefiCo-Vr; 
operative's Womanls Group; -;;•'■' 
Dr. W.C. Petty, general chair- ■ 
man. of , Countryside cam- 
paign ; John Romer, Antioeh : 
Insurance broker; Marshall 
Schrocder, president of Lake-: 
land publishers; Arthur Sccv 
katz, -president of A. W. See-, ; 
katz Builders; Edward Vos,: 
president of Antioeh Lumber 
Co., and Winthrop Lyman, 
public relations executive, 
Portland Cement Co. of Chi- 
cago, who was re-elected. 

Rings Elected Preiidonl 

Election of officers of the 
Countryside Hospital - was 
held Monday, October 14, at 
the, Lake 'Villa Elementary 
School. ■:.. ■ ' ' 

' Robert Rlnga, Lake Villa, 
was elected president of (he 
Hosital, replacing Eugene ' 
Wal.iszck. Mr. Hlnga Is a 
funeral director, and most re- 
cently served the hospital as 
2nd vice' president and also 
on three committees. Mr. 
Rlnga praised retiring presi- 
dent Eugene Walas/ck for his 
"unselfish efforts" during his 
term, 

Mr. Riuga said bis commit- 
tee appointments would be 
made shortly and all fund- 
raising plans pushed forward 
with full speed. 

Other officers elected for 
a uric-year- terhrwere:-- War- 
ren Brown, 1st vice president; . 
John Romcr, 2nd vice presi- 
dent; Mrs. Jane Rundgren, 
secretary; B. J. Hooper, 
treasurer and Mrs. Joyce Me- 
Cleod, historian. 

The proceeds of the annual 
dinner dance given by the 
Deep Lake Woman's Auxil- 
iary will go to the Hospital 
fund this year, Mrs\ Norman 
James, president of the aux- 
iliary ha$ announced. "We 
arc expecting about 350 peo- 
ple to attend," Mrs. James 
said. "Although this is our 
annual dance, we arc hopeful 
that pe'oplu throughout jhu 
entire community will attend. 
We cannot think of a better 
opportunity for people to en- 
joy themselves and at the 
same time support the Coun- 
tryside campaign." 

The dinner dance will be 
held November 9 in the VFW 
Post in Lake Villa. Turkey 
or beef dinners will be served 
and Jack Bauer's orchestra 
will supply the music. Tickets 
•may be obtained by contact- 
ing Mrs. .lames. 






defeated Notre Dame of Mil- 
waukee by a score of 20-7 in 
the Homecoming game. 



home of Mrs. Alice Pearo'. 

Rainbow for Girls of Mill- 
burn meets ou Oct. 22. In ilia 
lion will be held. Gaylc 
Nieml is worthy advisor and 
Virginia Evans Is mother ad- 
visor. The meeting will be 
at Millburn Temple. 

Oct. 24 will be Past Offi- 
cers' night at the Millburn 
chapter O.E.S. Past officers 
are taking the stations with 
Mrs. Willard Augustine as 
guest worthy matron and 
Donald Kraft as guest worthy 
patron. There will be initia- 
tion of two candidates. Mrs. 
Vera Zimmerman is worthy 
matron and John Miller is 
worthy patron. 




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FIREMAN FRANK FEIIER steered tho boyi of Troop 92 through their six-week study for their Firo- 
moiiship Badge. He's shown hero with tho boys who completed tho caursa last Monday night and Scout- 
master Richard Norland. Lett to right, Frank Feilcr, Ted DeBocr, Stcvo Strong. Robert Wcilhoft, Mike Link, 
Roger Saronsoit and Scoutmaster Dick Harland. Second row, Tim Green and Jim Palm. Back row, Dennis 
Rockow, Gorald Erdmann, Keith Pototsoit and Jim Griflin. 



Urge Students 
To Learn 
Job Openings 

Pupils will have a day off 
from school in Lake County 
this Friday. Many of them 
will spend the day at St. 
Theresc hospital, participat- 
ing in Medical Careers Day. 

The program is presented 
to acquaint high school pupils 
with the many careers open 
in the medical field. Most 
students are unaware of the 
many jobs for which (he* can 
train in this field outside of 
a career as a doctor or a 
nurse. 

The program is sponsored 
by the Woman's Auxiliary of 
the Lake County Medical So- 
ciety. Mrs. James Kopriva is 
the Antioeh representative of 
the Auxiliary. 

All students, parents and 
guidance counselors who 
might be interested are urged 
to attend the program, which 
includes a tour of various 
departments of St. Thcrese 
Hospital. Students should 
bring a sandwich for lunch. 
Dessert and beverage will be 
furnished by the Auxiliary* 



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I: * October ^13 pafl? -is ^National ^Newspaper 
Week. This-wccklsalrtC);*coinei(lciitalIy, tlia pratj 

-rbiuthciayi-ofciour- Shoppy ;Guidc and thojsecoiul 
■birthday of Annie ATaoi - ' - 

National Newspaper Weol^is- our chance, 
i of course, to ''blow ouriOwnMibrn". If this^vore, 

say. National ricklc. Week, wejshpuldieelit our 
^bounden duty tpirrforn^tlie public on tlie, virtues 
I otipiekles.1So r naturaIly7 during National News- 
ifmpei' Week, we yee] . it^our duty to remindithe 

public-, oi'- the vii'tuesiof r ne\vspa[)ei's,— andppar- 
| licularlyv ioT:-:oiir newspaper^ -v 

■M | > (Dur Sli6j\per!s -Guided a inere ibafjc/iivjarms, 

it serves "the public by bringing them, free 'of 
•clnu'^^evvs of the latest aiulbest in ibargains, in 
the most '^readable muUnt tractive f orin thaj qui' 
iexper printers can devise. It serves the advertiser 
by reaching the "buyer.. Rut, rather shamefacedly, 

I we' admit it is designed largely to servo US, 'by 
bringing in enough money so .that we can afford 

: to print-news of nd'n-profit organizations, pictures 

"and news of local people and affairs, and all the 
oilier features "which go to make up a papeivThis 
.being National Newspaper-Week, we'll let you in 
on some of. the carefully guarded secrets ofjicws- 

t papers, soine facts the public never suspects. 

- NMvspapoisdo NOT make 'money selling news- 
papers. Honest. --. : .: 

No", newspapers make money by selling ads. 
The number of inches of news in a paper must be 
carefully balanced with the number of inches of 
iids, or eventually the paper will go broke, and 
Ihen where are you? . • . 

Well, exactly where *are you? Supposing, 
say, that your town could' not support a local 
paper. What services' would you miss? 

Voij'd miss news of local people and affairs, 
of course. A large daily can't afford to print local 
hems — Ihey reach too many readers, who would 
be totally unintercsled in these items. 

You'd miss the announcements of club 
meetings, local PTA groups, news of your Boy 
and Girl Scouts, the reminders of local affairs' 
that 'are coining up, the complete coverage ..of 
' school news and local athletic-events. You'd miss 
seeing YOUR name, and YOUR picture, and 
your son's and daughter's and neighbors in 
YOUR local paper. . 

You'd miss Annie Mae. For. a two-year, old 
infant, she makes, some pretty penetrating state- 
ments, doesn't she? 

And yoiul- miss Harry Stern's "What's 
Cookin'?" You just never know what startling 
bit of information Harry's going to come out with. 
Who else is going to remind you when Arbor Day 
is? 

And we hope you'd miss our editorials, par- 
ticularly those on purely local affairs. Like this 
one. We enjoy being part of your town, and serv- 
ing the best we can. We hope you enjoy that serv- 
ice, and that we can improve it. And this being 
National Newspaper Week, we'd welcome letters 
from readers telling us what they'd like to see in 
their local paper during the coming year, that is 
not at present included in it's make-up. We'll be 
looking forward to hearing from you. 



eltersto 
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®||c JVnttnclf- JNetus. 

Established in I8B6 

Margaret E. Gaston, Publisher. 

Howard Shcpard, Business Manager 



Representatives; 

CHANNEL LAKE 

Vlrs. Peorl Kopoll, Ant. 395-1837 

LAKE VILLA 

Mrs. Fr v ed Barrlctt, 356-5372 

MILLBURN 

Mrs. Frank Edwords, ELiot 6-3323 

LINDENHURST 

Mrs. Bernico Bcrnou. EUot 6-5649 

TREVOR 

Mrs. Grece Miller, UNdcrhifl 

2-3059 



nihllKhci] every Thurs- 
day ;it \mi Mniu Street, 
Aiiiim-li, Illinois, 

Kocitnd CIom PostoKO 
Pittri Ml the Pustufflce 
jit Anliudi, III., under 
Act. or March 3. 1U7U. 




Subscriptions: 

93 Per Year in Advance Id Lake, 

Cut ik, Mellcnry, Kenosha Counties. 

St Per Year, Elsewhere 

WILMOT Mrs. Herman Frank 
UNderhill 2-2752 






Septic Tanks Cleaned 
and Installed 



DRAINAGE REPAIRS 

ELECTRIC POWER RODJIING 

CUSTOM TRENCHING 

ELMER RUDOLPH 

395-1183 - — Since 1945 — Antioch, III, 



Editor, ? ■...:? r - 
The Antioch News: 
iDenr .-.'Sir; , . 

20th "^Century: Mornllty lori 
I? nothing "Sue-rod?-. ^ - % \ 
§; It seems ttbjbe the iiorninl; 
processor ^progress 'of i olir! 
society to be exposed ttb— -oti 
radio, tv, and jlh itlio proa^-— 
toMtirnlsorslghts^thntiwhen 
wo 'first see Or iicnr itltcm wo 
tire f(llsplcnscdy:d"|9inaye)l, '-'hnil 
ev.en^hqcked-shut theirjwith 
doii'f ihtiqtts repot itidn we = pny 
jittle ,ntttontlon to, and even 
enjoy _ it. -aBut ^this ^process 
never makes something that 
Is In 'had itaste w irreverent, 
right! ^ " - 

S-^VVhntl?l *am' referring :tb—— 
Isr the c u rsi ng ■ a nd swearing 
(that writers Insist, is realism V 
ami .the -growing trend toward! 
using the Holy Scriptures ir- 
reverently, v Again, some will 
insist, that this >\s freedom 4>f 
speech and press— ImtV what 
they 'forgot Is 4hclr freedom' 
exists only so .long as they 
do not hurt or harm others 
while exercising this right— 
with abuse, k , m 
as they do not .hurt or harm 
others while exorcising this 
right — with abuse. 

I can remember years ago, 
when radio presented a Char- 
1 1 e McCarthy-Edgar Bergen 
comic version of- the Garden 
of Eden with. Mae West— and 
the hue and cry that followed 
all over the country. But as 
time went on people ceased 
to even raise an eyebrow 
when free speech became 
filled-wlth cursing and swear- 
ing, arid" wo even have former 
President Truman to thank, 
for raising its acecptanco in 
high places— in public; as lie 
almost seems to enjoy being 
quoted wltli lusty 'speech — 
though this is usually the 
crutch for those wiio lack 
the 'ability to express them 
selves adequately without Its 
use. 

. Now on radio and tv, this 
is all part of realism, so that 
hardly a day passes that some 
tv show, and very good shows, 
most of them, may use bad 
language to cxross this real- 
ism. Sure we have it in the- 
aters and nightclubs hut — 
you have a choice of going to 
hear or sec this form of en- 
tertainment, while tv and in 
the press (which enters our 
homes by the front door or 
living rooms) it is thrust upon 
us without warning— and the 
minds of our growing chil- 
dren. 

A week ago 1 saw a now 
comedian on a top tv show 
who presented a comic ver- 
sion of Noah and the flood. 
Oh, he was great, and very 
funny — If you forgot who he 
was addressing his humorous 
remarks to! And I doubt that 
Tew If any bothered to voice 
their objection to the per- 
formance. Everyone is too 
busy or broadminded. and 
modern "these days.' But to 
many people, who consider 
the Bible to be the Holy Word 
of Cod (complete with its 
record of good and bad peo- 
ple, because to be complete 
—all must he recorded*, hut 
not for irreverent use or 
abuse. 

And so it continues. This 
week I read a poem in your 
paper, that was well express- 
ed, as to her feelings on gov- 
ernment handouts, which she 
has a right to express — BUT 
to take the 23rd Psalm, 
which is one of the most be- 
loved chapters in the Bible 
for both the Christians and 
Jews alike, to express her 
feelings in (or for that mat- 
ter any other verse) was in 
my opinion — and I hasten to 
add — not only my opinion, 
but also that of many others, 
whether they take the time to 
object or not, was in bad 
taste and irreverent. I know 
some will be saying a "Holy 
Joe" when they read this — 
SO BE IT!! A silent objec- 
tion is not always enough, 
sometimes you must speak 
up for what yoq believe, even 
if you are criticized for it. 
I have also wondered if 
more would be said or done, 
if she had begun her poem 
with "Oh say can you see" — 
or "Four score and sqyen 
years ago," etc, — how unpa- 
triotic ty would have seemed 
to many. Why we even have 
laws to prevent and punish 
people who show a disrespect 
for the flag or other great 
American Traditions, that we 
hold dearly — or don"t you re- 
member when a prominent 
Negro musician was fined for 
jazzing up the Star Spangled 
Banner? What a pity to see 
a great nation like ours con- 
tinue to lower or allow others 
to lower the moral standard 
that we once had, In the eyes 



of iour children Fand ttwmit 
of the' ^world.BOno" 
sure— toe? ;cmt -hevfjr 
Ignorance! i ! ,; 

4 A ^??Went- 

DearjEditorr .. 

viiHero is -my ariswoi^tb (the 
Psalm of tho 20th iContUry: 
'An -Orfojoithe.'Soff*. 
Made Man? . ;!_,. 
Count all of your blessings-*, 
"county thorn bvory -onol- 
Then be sureydu , don't: forgot 
Where you got ithdin from! 



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N6w,41fiyou?;thinij. 
rtthat > youiilinve -.gotten all 
iitiiht •yolijvd got * >-_ v 
Erohi^ttie sweat ibfvyourSbrow 
—just :a ;mlriitte— liord's li 
= ■ ; another thought. 

It's by the Grace of 0o«l 
j;You 'hove. your health, w 

" ■ ■■ wca 1th \ and your home. 
That inny be, someday. ^YOtJ j 

may need • 

" The govdrnmont Joan! 

You'll never ^know, **-'" 
■ unless your world tfnljs ; V 

> apart, ',*-• - 
Wliat nihlcsslng It'is •:>; ^: \ 
y -Th'nt .tlie ^government HAS 

; n1heai:t;l ^ r • ^ 

It's true, that some take -^ r 
all that's -free— hnve^ no ; ; 
shame; v 

But why must ALL those who 
need holp '■ ■'■'"• - 

be condemned — take tho 
blame? 

Please rest assured, > 

that it's no pleasure- 
To bo In need — ■ 
to accept your grudging 
' • measure. ■ .. 

It's also true, there (s Joy 
in giving help to another! 

And. If you do not feel it, 
then I am sorry for you; 

brother I! A] ^ 

The" Moral Is this: 
That Pride comes before 
, the faU! . • ' •' 
Tomorrow is another day, 
— YOU may'nceil the gov- 
ernment dole! 
. — One Who Knows 

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" October 10G3 
To, the Public— Friends 
and Neighbors: 
. We, the employees' of tho 
Regal China Company, wquld 
like to express our feelings 
toward our company. 

JSome of us have worked a 
number of years' in this plant, 
some a shorter time, but wo 
wish to state that we have 
never been dissatisfied with 
our jobs or the working coq» 

dltipns^ J _ __^ 

When I" was hThigh school 
I worked part-time. When 
the Company was slack In- 
stead of laying a number of 
people off, they took time and 
patience to cut everyone 
down to a few hours, so that 
everyone wotdd draw a check. 
* Out supervisors arc ' not 
only bosses, but friends. They 
will take much time and pa- 
tience to be friendly, to teach 
us our work and to create a 
pleasant atmosphere, 

The office force always 
greets us with a smile and a 
friendly word. They work 
very hard to find" ways to 
benefit their employees. Our 
company offers us many 
benefits such as: 
Insurance Plans 
Free flu shots 
A two week paid vacation 
after two years work 

Also, ' steady employment 
and reasonable wages, raises, 
and hours. 

When work is slow in one 
department we can work in 
another department that 
needs help instead of being 
sent home. 

We have clean, well lighted 
rest. rooms and a clean, neat 
lunch room which is for our 
use during our Tree time. 

To myself and to many 
other employees Regal China 
iias proved to be a good com- 
pany, with reasonable wages, 
good benefits, and a friendly 
atmosphere in which to work. 
We wish to extend to our 
employers our sincere grati- 
tude and appreciation for 
their full consideration and 
integrity in handling affairs 
pertaining to our welfare. 
Sincerely, 

Wo the employees 
Martha Zcycn, Jo Ann 
Gillmore, Ida Duda, (iaea 
Johnson, Ethel Woodbury, 
Donna Hans, Randall Aiken, 
Eleanor Wood, Albert Cole- 
man, Margaret Bain, Jose- 
phine Ooubek, Edna Gar- 
land. 



a^parentvln 
lias: wondered ■ Jlw 
famous 'liquor teenitraps^lrf 
hake .County continue >to op-j 
crate Speculations run the 
gamut from delinquent teens 
and neglect ful pa rents, ionin-: 
conscious law- officers, 'This 
■writer,- ^howovor,^cnnnotlhd!p| 
btits.wondor if ovdriprotodtivq 
aiitholrty might^also liavo a 
benrlng. 'JCould^ we possibly 
be driving iour^edndgorsllnto: 
Hie ^open i0nms ^of ;thoso^ 
Joints? Must a teenagqr^aK 
ways ibo^bent on study Jonjl 
serious ^matters?, Mhoteyer 
happened to -Noah .Webster's 
word, F-U-N? Think, Mr.l and 
Mrs.? Authority, liow manyj 
times did you iparUclpate In; 
n 'snake, dance? And -ihow 
hutch lethal damage tllcl, it 
create? %!How Jlilgh ■':.-- ;wouUl 
your 'team, spirit rise l at a 
Water ; soaked bonfire? Where 



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would you turn if every adult 
who professes to know bettot 

(only by v ;past:iexperldncoV|there^has^beon h great :deal 
squelches; your desire to of improvement in the lake 



Can the people bfZtoniwho 
are reDdftedly trying td; 
crate a world aeaport Insthe: 
community really' bo serious, 
in^lhls raid on the state and 
federal treasuries? •;■;. 

Most of ^tlie Vgfdatihdrbors; 
of it ho 'world ihnvo some : na«] 
tural protection from open 
water, but hr?f2lon ^a ^harbor; 
would ihaVo to be htiilt from 1 
scratch since tlie only ap-| 
parent asset; Is Lake Michi- 
gan Itself. 

^ThlS ^wbuUUbe of no great 
cbheern outside of 21on-if It 
weren't that tho bulk pf;any 
money necessary to 'create ,an; 
economically -{sound rscapor^ 
would have to come. from the 
state and -federal govern- 
ments. °: '-[ ' - , i 

A Substantial .^amount;* of 
federal and state .tnorieyihas 
already ^bcon ipburcd :»lnto 
theWaukogan Port J District, 
but except for ja ^cojUpIe. of 
cemont silos; !anU ; sonie^hew!j 
runways ^nt the Waukbgan 
Airport u wc^fall to see Avherc; 



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prove your ability to act: as ni 
.self-respecting citizen? -Yes,, 
even these beer-palaces we 
(ns adults) bate with' a ven- 
geance have something, to be 
said for them! They treat Mr. 
and Miss Teen as the adults 
they so long to be! Their 
stock-in-trade is understand- 
ing. Profitable it may be, 
but how about you and. I 
starling : a non-profit organl- 
ziilion. that has the same 
thing to of for? Fun, excite- 
ment and acceptance as a real 
addition to , the human race! 
.THE -LATEST REPORT: 
Joe and Marilyn Sterbeni 
have good reason to ques- 
tion the accuracy of the L. C. 
Tax "Collector's new I.B.M. 
equipment! First it. was bad 
chough to be billed for a 
piece of land they do not nor 
ever have owned, but when 
their name appeared on the 
delinquent list for the same 
piece- of property,. Man that 
Alakcs Them Mad! , . .< 
.. . . Dick Stronpr was a real 
surprised honored guest at 
the Charcot House last week, 
as he retired as Scoutmaster. 
Scouts will still benefit from 
his vast experience however, 
for he will remain on Hie 
Council. . . . They sure named 
that c; of C. Number Hunt 
right, those poor folks hunt- 
ed, and hunted, and hunted 
and hunted. with too many of 
fHiem having nary a thing for 
't hoi r eff orts. . . . Mr. and 
Mrs. Kenrielh Morlensen had 
that big white bird checking 
their address for a future 
fundlc delivery. 

THE LAST DROP: Why 
didn't tiic announcer at the 
Antioch E.V. game speak up 
and tell everyone that the 
combined II. S.* and Lake 
Villa G. S. band number was 
the work of two fine direc- 
tors, who also happened to be 
father and son: Joe and Thais 
Rush? We think they de- 
served some recognition! . . . 
. . . Those two M.D.'s down 
on the sidelines at the same 
game were not wearing hear- 
ing aids, but were tuned in on 
that thrilling Illinois game 
from where they Alma Mater. 
.... Dr. and Mrs.. A. N. 
Bcrke'are touring parts of the 
Mediterranean and possibly 
Jerusalem and Israel. 

DID YOU HEAR: About the 
guy who makes 12 ft. poles 
for people you can't reach 
with a 10 ft. 
Try me, 

Annie Mae 



front. 

• ^If tlie; stoto has funds 
available for local boondog- 
gles, maybe some Should be 
spent in the -Chain ,0' Lakes 
area to make possible the full 
utilization of this area as a 
great recreation center. 

* # ;* 

Republican mayor-hopefuls 
in Waiikogan are watching 
the deliberations of the re- 
apportionment commission 
with undue interest because 
,of wishful thinking- that 
Mayor Robert Sabonjlan, the 
prominent Dcma mayor, will 
be a candldato for the legis- 
lature . i f a n east-west; division 
is made. 

Democrat members of tlie 
commission arc pushing -for a 
spilt that wotdd make Wauke- 
gan. Shields, and Deerflcld 
Townships ono representative 
district and. the rest of 'Lake 
County a second district. 

Such a split would mean 
the election of two and possi- 
bly three new representatives 



ihitheieafltern section open 
Irig -th way. for -May Sahoh 
jianto run, -probably as ^an 
Independent Democratic w 
publican. t;l 

With MajoriSabonJian ^ou 
of J the my theSWaukognn: 
Republicans feel ititoy would 
havo fa 'better chancd of ire- 
capturing ithe'mriydr's scat -In 
tite county's -largest iCommun- 

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""Our guess Is that regard- 
loss -of tho redlstrlctlng JSa-; 
borijlah'vwill seoka^htrd tornr, 
as ?mnyor "and ..will, agaln^rer 
celve strong backing fro Wou^ 
k6%mltcs who are generallyl 
regarded - as^sblld Republi-; 
cans/^ :': ; ?.-v- .; (C0 : W. ;■ 

■ f '» :_- ''• *" ¥ -¥ : - '■': 

One wonders If ^County, 
Building iCommtslon iCholr-1 
man August Copoh and othor 
proponents of ;t he now court-: 
house aren't " -beginning to, 
sweat a little .because of the 
delay inV a ruling on a suit: 
now before the - IllihoisjSiH 
promo Court; ^ ^ , 'T • % 

"'The 'suit was filed In Cir- 
cuit Court by a group seeking 
to block the courthouse on 
the grounds that the building 
commission is illegal and that 
transfers of funds to. the 
comission by the county 
board are illegal. 

After the Circuit Court 
dismissed the suit It was ap- 
pealed to the Supreme Court, 

Cepon and members of the 
Lake County Bar Assn. who 
volunteered their services to 
work on the commission's de- 
fense, were confident of a 
.prompt decision in support 



of litie "commission, Ibut^tlmo 
Sketching out, ' 

The commission jhodihoped v 
iohmove Into the flrst^phaso 
oLtho courthouse complexjby 
June, lfHJBpbutithiSitlmetable 
wlll^havo sto luhdorgo somo r 
revision if a decision Isn't 
forthcoming ^fioon. 

It's too ibfld for Coroner 
Robert H. (Mickey) ^Babcox 
that tlidrc; Isn't a sheriffs | 
.race ; 5comlhg ^«P Uhls springs 
since hia iworfc -oh* the muti- 
lated iUorso ^murder ha s : 
brought him Isome ^voll^le-^ 
served recognition 

There csoems to be a 
smduledrlng battlo for credit i 
fofahe Investigation ^between ''--, 
Babcov^andi Sheriff diaries 
Larson with some newspaper 
accounts stressing 'Larson's; 
•rdlonln itlio ;invoHtigntlon;and-' 
others stressing ;tho , work ^ 
dohe?by -Babcox.^ ,S ; Ms^ 

'Regardless hof ^whorgotsAtop > 
credit^ It^wbtild iscem that 
■there is room for .plenty of 
credit j.to all xlopartriicnts for 
n f irie^hlt of Jpolice work. , 

"r :'':--■*■ •??■#"■* v ;' • W\ V>; 
Is State Senator ' Rdbor! ' 
Coulson really going to ihakd, 
a surprise announcement at 
his testimduial dinner at the 
Illinois Beach Lodge Nov. 10, 
c^r arc the rumors about a 
special announcement just a 
gimmick to hypo ticket sales? 

There ought to he more 
women in Washington work- 
ing for the government. Just 
think of all the fun, they 
would . have moving those 
bureaus around. 



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from birth to twenty years of age. 



My company is willing to place $5,000.00 worth of 

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This is called Term Insurance. 

The children receiving these policies may con- 
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desire, when they reach the age of twenty-one, at the 
regular adult premium. If they do not desire at that 
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that they must continue this program. 

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\ ! IVMss : lEvol'yn 'Minie Ward 

' inttlii.Vvac piiline|n. YGaddy 

wore 'united ; i h-, riiarVhigo. at 

-- llipVin;*Su|iloinb6tf;2B, at the, 

:''Aiitiu 1 di-riUeiluKHHt .Church, 

A The double - i'luj* ^service w*as 

-read iby the* iltev. IJarrald 

Cobb, : The bride was jjlvon 

away b> hof father. „ • 

':•■ "The-; bride is : tbbVdaulilituV 

oi' Mr.' and Mrs^SlibldonWard 

.*«■! l^ul(U)ck'l,ako; Wis, ' 

*, 'nie>Krooiiv' is the. son of: 

;, , i\i Yr ;a 'ju I -iiM rs . fe Kfmer [C I > ris-; 

■ tii|>liei;sej( of Anlioch, }U\£ ; • 

TlKi-bi^Uil wnvirwas niside 

; of iiylim^iVnela, Willi a il'lUod 

ibwticel ..loiiM jflUecl sieeyosii 3 

—tiers (if Uii'c*e ; Willfi a ',' chapel 

train. A jeweled crown held 

iine;or : lip illusion veil. She 

■ ,(coi;Vjod \jj easeade: lunKjuet of 

Vlwliiie ^nation s^tepliaholls. 

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;.A1Ims Manly nWeii7i;ae was 



maid of honor ami MIssiGeor-] 
gin Gresliah) ,w«s bridesmaid.! 
;A2C,iChai;los Caddy, brotlici*; 
of the -groom; wasjbust. nuui*j 
A'lC I la roid iYotmg was dsheiv 
~.^The jbrkla I ! at Uiiuhmis Wore. 
\st reel lenytli drosses ofsatin 1 
and chil'loil, 'Hoth : carried; 
cascades of pink carnations, 
A ^reception was held at 
Paddock -Lake clubhouse for 
illlti guests; The honey moon 
t rip; was UV.LaKe 'Lawn, Deta- 
Van,-: Wis., and" 'Wisconsin 
llells; Mr. arid Mrs, Cady will 
make their -home* in iGrarid 
Forks, Nv ; Dak., where heMs 
presently stationed. , 
' , -Out ■ of town -guests were 
relatives 'from Detroit. Mich.; 
La ' Porto, r Ind., Knox, bid,, 
and Whitewater, Wis. A2C 
Clin ties Caddy was home on 
leave for his brother's wed- 
ding, ille is presently •■•sta- 
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-Mr.iafid Mrs. 1'aul iKcrpnn, 
Stv,';.2325 Grove Avenue, 
Waukegan, announce ithe en- 
gagement of their .'grand* 
d a u g h.t e r, Joann Patricia 
Kerpan, 1710 South Jackson 
Street,' North ■...Chicago, to 
Ilichurtr E. Dittmer, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dittmer, 
Sf\. Kbilte - 1; Antloeh, Illinois; 
Mr, Dittmer is a Mid-west 
sales representative for P. 
Kaufniahri, . Inc., Joseph 
Woods Coinpany, textile im- 
porters, of New York City.; 
Miss Kerpan is Secretory to, 
the Industrial Relations Man- 
ager of Johns-Manville Pro- 
ducts Corporation; Wauke- 
gan. ^ ^ • -\ U 

"Tiie wedding is set f(H' ?De- 
ccmber 28 at Holy Family 
Church in North Chicago. ■ 



Woman'aClubTti 
Meet Next Monday 

Dr ; Fred G. Mayer, a Twin 
Lakes dentist, will be 
guest Speaker at the n«.. 
mefltlngof the Antioch Wom- 
an's Club on Monday, Octtiai^ 
at 1:30 p#i- at the Antloch 
Scout Housed ' 

igDr. Mayer will iglve a^Iec- 
turo and show a movie on a 
triptto^thb Canadian Arctic, 
He will also display Eskimo 
artifacts. % ^ ?** p 
■. NThe 'lecture will be preced- 
ed, by a business meeting, 1 
with the board scheduled to 
meet at i 12;3(J ip.m, ^Mm, 
Jerry . TVlillor : is chairman of 
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Grass Lake PTA. 

The PtA of the Grass Lake 
School will hold its regular 
meeting on Monday, October 
21. Miss Martha Heindl,.Au- 
tioch IHgh School nurse, wilt 
be the. featured speaker. She 
will discuss mental health 
and common problems of the 
Grade School age child. 

Exhibits of school work of 
the seventh and eighth grades 
will be on display. Refresh- 
ments will be served by the 
mothers of the seventh grade 
students. 

Some members of the 
Grass Lake PTA attended 
the District PTA meeting at 
Fbrrestal Village recently. 
Those who attended were 
Mrs. Lorraine Cork, Mrs. 
Betty Flint, Mrs. Iiigeborg 
Weighart, Mrs. In grid Haw- 
kins. Mrs. Marjorlc Yopp 
and Mrs. Claire Larson. 



Home for Hom«-e©mlnfl 

Michael Solar, son of Dr., 
and \ Mrs. Charles ;Solar lof 
Rosing's Subd., Is' away ' /fat 
Nbrthcrn lllihols AUrilnverslty 
at ^DoKalb. 'ille was home to 
attend the Homecoming. 
" Joan , Stbponske, daughterj 
of Mr. and Mrs; 'Robert Ste- 
penskc, is away at Mt. Mary' 
College in Milwaukee, Wis.! 
She is taking up Liberal Arts 
plus her piano lessons. She 
was home for the Antloch 
Homecoming. 

Karen '_ Sillanoff, ... daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sil- 
lanoff of Lake Catherine, is 
away at Mt. Mary College in 
Milwaukee. She is majoring 
in Liberal Arts and plans on 
being an Art teacher. She 
Was home for the Antloch 
Homecoming. 

Don Richter, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. A. Richtcr, Is away 
at Spencer ian College in Mil- 
waukee. He is taking up a 
Business course. 
- Harlccn Young, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. "Harold 
Young, is going to the Uni- 
versity, of Illinois in Cham- 
cral Arts. She belongs to 
Kappa Delta Sorority. 

Jane Wolff, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs, Herman Wolff, 
is at Carroll College in, Wau- 
kesha, Wis. 

David Cardiff, son of Mr; 
and Mrs. Harold • Cardiff, Is 
at Western University. .. 

Myrna Masck, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Masck, is 
attending Evanstun Teachers 
College. 

John Hallwas, son of Emil 
Ha II was, is attending West- 
ern Illinois University. He 
is majoring in English. 




PRITTY PAT KINNIDY, daughlcr at Mr. and Mn. Oudtay K«n. 
nody of Antloch, It crowned Homecoming. Queen at St. Joiepft Hlajr 
School in Konotho by Prank Ruffalo, St. Jbieph'e football captain. 



LEGION AUXILIARY 

A the October 11th meet- 
ing of the Antloch Unit 74B, 
American ^Logion^uxlliarj', 
the members voted to pay 
their annual Rehabilitation 
and; Child Welfare pledge. 
This is always in addition to 
the parties that they sponsor 
at Downey Hospital, and the 
Child Welfare work that Is 
done during the year. They 
pledged 918 to the Depart- 
ment Child Welfare program. 
In Rehabilitation, $10 for In- 
sulin; $10 -vapo-nehrln; $10- 
Treasure Chest; ..910-Canteen 
Books (these enable patients, 
without money, to buy candy, 
cigarettes, stationery, etc.); 
tyvChristmas gifts; $20-Easter 
gifts; $20-Hospltalily (when 
an organisation is unable to 
give a promised party for. the 
patients, this money provides 
refreshments and gifts) and 
$5 Maintenance for the .Vet- 
erans' Craft Shop. Mrs. 
John W. Koran, -Jr., is the 
Unit's Rehabilitation Chair- 
man, and Mrs. Burt Ander- 
son, the Child Welfare Chair- 
man, 



Rebektih biHlffe 82 

Lakeside Rebekali Lodge 
No. »2, I.O.O.F.. met Oct. Hi. 
at U p.m. ai (he Legion Hal!. 

At the Oct. 2 ineeliiig. iwo 
now members were initialed. 
Mrs,. Minte Kellhcfg and 
Mrs. Lorna lUielierl. Guests 
from the Waukegan "lodge 
were pri'si-nt. 

Mrs. Ilortense Gordon at- 
tended the Stiile Assembly as 
;i delegate from Sunday. 
October 12 Hi rough Oct. 15. 



BIRTH NOTES 

Horn to Mr. and Mrs. AI 
[tuckers on Sunday. October 
IS. a daughter, .lody Lyniirut 
Victory Memorial Hospital. 
Joily weighed U pounds 15 
ounces at birth. 



CHURCH CONFERENCE 
By Bernice Bernau 
All local Catholic women 
are invited i.o attend the 
Kighlh Biennial Conference 
of the Archdioccsau Council 



PARTY IN ' 
NEW HOME 

Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen, 
2M Bridgcwood Drive. Anli- 
oeh. new residents of Oak-, 
wood Knolls, entertained 
about 20 cuests ^t a gel-to- 
petlicr at- their new Jiome last 
Sunday. 



of Matholic Women on Wed- 
nesday and Thursday. Octo- 
ber 23 and 24, at McCormick 
Place, in Chicago. 



CARLINVILLE, III.— Terry 
A. Folbrick, Blackburn Col- 
brick College sophomore 
from Antioch, has for .the 
girst year been named to the 
varsity soccer squad at the 
college here, announced 
Coach C. R. Hughes, 

Folbrick will play forward 
position on the "Beaver" 
squad as they play an eight- 
game schedule this fall in 
Prairie College Conference 
competition^ * 

A 10U2 graduate of Anti- 
och high school, Folbrick is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- 
ley Teton, Jtt: 5, Anlioch. 
Whiel in high school, he re- 
ceived an honor roil award 
and letters in track. 



The Ronald Hoffman fam- 
ily are new residents in the 
Howl's Subdivision of Antl- 
och, Mr. Hoffman is a teach- 
er at the New Trior. High 
School of Wilmette. 



SOCIAL NOTES m 
By Del Jihneke 

Mrs, Lucy Ilimcns, Mrs. 
John L. Horan, Mrs, Fred 
■Peterson, and Mrs. Ellon Flint 
attended the 52nd annual 
luncheon of the Order, of 
Martha, Held at McCormick 
Place in Chicago, on Satur- 
day, October 5. The Order, 
of Martha is one of .the Mis- 
sionary groups working 
through the Extension of the 
Catholic Archdiocese of Chi- 
cago. 

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The Millburii Grade School 
P.T.A. will hold a smorgas- 
bord at the Millburii School 
oi) . Wednesday, October 23, 
from 5 to ft p.m. Mrs. Don 
Hotem, Jr. is the Ways and 
Means chairman of this af- 
fair. * ■- ~\ -".- 

H. # * 
Mr. and Mrs, James Hotem, 
formerly of Millburii and 
Antioch, now of Lincolnshire, 
Dccrficld, arc the proud par- 
ents of a new baby daughter, 
bom on October 13, in the 
Highland Park Hospital. Mrs. 
Holcm Is the former Margery 
Lehmann, 

... * * *. 

The Ronald Cook family of 
Sabrina. Manors Subdivision 
is leaving this community on 
Sunday, Oct. 20, to move to 
another home in Libertyvllle. 



ALTAR* KCSARV 
SOCI1TYWMTS _ j 

: SAIahower for St. Vincent^ 
Orphanage ;wasithe;itheme of 
the October, meeting of the 
Altar & sRoaary/ Society -ofj 
St, Peter's Church. - *, .->■"* 
Hditesaea >lory|lte evening 
were (the^Iadlea adf ithe IStJ 
Vincents committee, »Mr«.; 
John. Harrladn, ?Mra. sDudleyi 
Kennedy; »Mr«aFrank JKen- 
nedy, ]MrflpHarrlet^Pirson t i 
Mis, Barbara Feht and Mrs. 
Myrtle Stowe. 

^Articles and ^projects made; 
by -the orphanage icomtUlttce; 
wore displayed at -the meet- 

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i Joan ^Tannbr^Sabrlna ^Man«; 

ors ^Subdivision, Shad vMIss 
Julio Howell of Wilmette as 
^or Jhouso igucst Ihls jpast 
weekend; Miss' Howell Jhas; 
taken part Iniimanyiof the 
plays the ^Palette, Masque^* 1 
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. Jean Price, Rte. 5. Anti- 
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Diane Olson of Antioch, re- 
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Speaker On J;. 
College At PTA 

Lester J. Mar man. chair- 
man of the Public Informa- 
tion Committee for the Lake 
County Community College 
Association, will be the fea- 
tured speaker at (he Antioch 
(trade School PTA meeting 
on Monday, Oct. 21. at 8 p.m. 
at the Antioch Grade School. 

Mr. Harman. Superintend- 
ent of the North Chicago 
Community High School, will 
present information on the 
proposed Lake County Junior 
College. 

Another feature of the 
meeting will he the ltook 
l-'air. The doors will he open 
at 7::w p.m. so that parents 
may come early and browse 
through the books displayed. 
There will he selections for 
every age level. 



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- By Dal Jahnoke 
On Sunday's evening, Oct. 
13, the congregation of the 
Faith Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Anlioch, welcomed 
the new members of their 
Church at a pot-luck supper. 
This will continue to be an 
annual affair for all the new 
members who have joined 
the Church during the past 
year. 



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iThe tour commlii 
posed of ;troop 
niothers and leaders, 
are: Mrs, Richard Oolden| 
repreflentlriK droops 211 ana 
173; : -Mrs, ftawrence Yopp,i 
troop 201,% Mrs. Robert Stels-' 
kali, troop 157; Mrs, -Cheater] 
Ciolonka and Mrs/TedlSdiockj 
troops 124iahd;130;?Mr^6hh' 
'Krtosnnt, droop = 177; Mr*. 
Vohii Horficli, droop *204;lMrs. 
Edward Cnrnhor, jtroops212^ 
Mrs , Otto Andoraon, droop^OO;, 
^lrs.^iCarlj iSchlcsser'r ."droop 
d93;>(nrid ^C6-chaifmeh JMrs^ 
(joorgo 'Sedlvec innd -Mrs;! 
GeorgeSpdrdorlan, 

^Th«^»)mniltteo decided to; 
charge 4a r £honilnaliiadmlisloni 
for adults visiting the toiir.' 
This will .be 'credited itowurdi 
the fund lidrlve of 'the iSe^ 
.cjitoyah Nelghhorltbod; They; 
asked Mrs^fJotonkti' to be the! 
chairman (if tlio hake sale foi"! 
the Todr.> The women ^alsd 
reviewed ^what each troop wilt 
have for a display of :dholr1 
couritry. ~ ; 

•Early : i1ast; spring tench mt< 
the 21 droops In the Sequoyah; 
country,- to denrh" about, They 
have studied -their [customs; 
songs,, 'dress ,and natinnar 
foods, .The Scouts -will be 
ready to show their friends 
and neighbors what they 
have learned /next month 
when they open "Girl Scouts 
Touring the World" on Satur- 
day,- November 10 at the Oak- 
land Grade School. 

■-4. "From- our. reports ^froriv 
each troop, It looks like the 
Tour will not only be Inter- 
esting, hut will have a variety 
of skits and dances performed 
during. the Tour hours," said 
Mys^Gcorge ■ Derderlnii.I" The 
girls are looking forward to 
sharing the customs of their 
selected country with their 
friends." 

¥ « V 

A Camp-out and Court of 
Honor Is being' held by Troop 
02 at Gander Mountain .this 
Saturday, October 10. 

A Silver Palm will be given 
to .ratrick Hofkamp who was 
made an Eagle Scout at 12 11., 
thus being the' , youngest 
Scout in this region to re- 
ceive the award. He also has 
the bronze add gold palms 
and 30 merit badges to his 
credit, plus- tlyj Order of the 
Arrow. 

Following . the ceremony, 
dinner will be served by tlie 
troop. 

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TROOP 92 

Boys of Scout Troop, 02, An- 
tloi*h, will treat their "parents 
to a roast beef dinner on Sat- 
urday evening, October 19th, 
as . part of their Gander 
Mountain week-end campout. 
The dinner will be followed 
by a Court of Honor and en- 
tertainment by the 'Scouts. 

The parents of Troop 02 
boys held a surprise dinner 
party; Saturday evening, June 
12th, In Honor of Dick Stron- 
cr, Scoutmaster, and Mike 
Haley, . Assistant Scoutmas- 
ter, for their several- years of 
leadership of Troop 02. Mrs. 
Stroner was presented a pin 
In recognition of her service 
as president of the Women's 
Auxiliary of Troop 02. Mr. 
Roland Lyons will serve as 



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Assistant. Conference 

-A Llbrarlan-Sti'uleht- as- 
sistant conference was hold 
Central Community Club 
Geneva, Wednesday, Oct. 
from. until 3:30. jDepart- 
mont heads of public Instruc- 
tion from Madison were 
guests and several "made 
speeches to the,. group. Mrs. 
Evelyn Worby ,~ librarian at 
Central _IIlgli__ accompanied 
tlie following - girlsr - Marchr 
Winn, Diane Neil, Laurie Dc- 
Vuyst, Hazel Dabbs, and Bella 
Breit. 
Community Club to Meet 

The first meeting of the 
Ccntraal Community ^--Cliib 
will be held, on' Monday eve- 
ning, Oct. 23, at tlio school. 
The program will be given 
by the students who attend- 
ed the various "school" clin- 
ics this summer under the 
auspices of the Community 
Club. 

Administrators' 
Meeting Held 

Mr. Vernon Home, • princi- 
pal at Salem Central attend- 
ed two meetings tlds -past 
week. The first,, the Wiscon- 
sin Association of District 
School Administrators, was 
hold at Oconomowoc, Wis. 
The second, the Northeast-Il- 
linois, and Southeast Wis- 
consin Administrators held 
their meoting at Delavau. 
New Personnel 

Mrs. Alto DcBclliof Salem 
district has been hired .to 
work in the cafeteria at the. 
school. Because of the 
larger enrollment, It was 
necessary to employ addi- 
tional help. 




new 'members on Sunday 
} morning, Oct^ 20. .£ A break- 
BtWOTOSS fast Will be servoU from 8 to 
' ' 9:30 followed ,by the Initia- 
tion, The Antloch ritual team 
will perform jthe ijceremony. 



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The rLe^lodnalres and dholri 
wives of Antloch Moose, ion- 
Jdyed ;a igot-togoihor ^ast-.Sun-! 
day" aftornooh^ A; ^.potluck 
was;- served, followed by a 
movie,3shown iby Seth Mark.: 
Arthur^ Anderson .Is' -legion' 
chairman'. -Glenn Weatherbce 
was?appnhitcd dreasiirer, and 
Gertfude^Goml, entertainment 
chairman, 

^Tdi e ^annual Halloween 
dance wiJi.be hold at the An- 
tloch A Moose Lodge on Satur-' 
day, October 1 20. Music iwlll; 
ibciprovldod 'by Willie -Wler! 
andidilslorchestrai ;thc Sky- 
liners! Festivities will begin 
ntiflip.m^Tbcrc will ;.be. nu- 
merous costume rprizos. Tick- 
btslaro now on sale by all 
Moose officers: Chairman 
Carl Schlcdsor says, ''Plan to 
come In a group and Have, 
more fun." Tlie kitchen will 
be ■open, serving sandwiches. 

-There, will be initiation of 



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A woman called' the coun- 
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her rooster had to be with 
her 20 hens before the hens' 
eggs would be fertile. 



The agent, planning to look 
up the answer, said, "Just a 
minute." 

: The woman replied, "Thank 
you" and hung up the phone. 



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Troop 02 expresses their 
thanks to the Antloch Moose 
for the use of their facilities, 
and to the many people who 
attended their Spaghetti din- 
ner October 6. Approxi- 
mately <f7. r ! dinners wero 
served. 




RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 7 l( j CHARTER NO. 12870 

REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

. OF ANTIOCH 

In Ihc State of tllinols-60002, at U> close of business on Septem- 
ber 30,-1963. Published in response to call matin by Comptroller 
of tho Currency, under Section 521 1, U. S. Revised Statutes. 



ASSETS 



I. 



3. 
5. 
8. 



Cash, balances with other banks, and cash 

Items In process of collection $1,068,685.08 

2T~ United States Government obligations .direct 

and guaranteed -..., 3,055,404.14 

Obligations of -States ond political subdivi- 
sions * 1 0.6,557,6 1 

Loans and discounts (including $ None 

overdrafts) 2,650,-779.58 

Bank premises owned $1,633.77, furniture 

and fixtures $6,521.05 - 8,154.82 

(Bank premises owned ore subject to $ none 
llens>riot assumed by bank) 

12. Othor assets » 34,807.72 

13. TOTAL ASSETS '.. $6,924,388.95 

LIABILITIES 

14. Demand deposits of Individuals,* partner- 
ships, and corporations ...$1,731,630.51 

15. Time and savings deposils of indivitluak, 
partnerships, and corporations 3,386,479.60 

16. Deposits of Upitcd States Government (in- 
cluding postal savings) 100,239.20 

17. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,098,553.73 

19. Certified and officers' checks, etc. 71,921.07 

20. TOTAL DEPOSITS $6,388.824. 1 1 



(a) Total demand deposits 3,002,344.51 
and , sav- 



25. 
26. 

27. 

30. 

33. 



34. 

35. 
37. 



38. 



(b) Total time 
Ings deposits .... 

Olhcr liabilities 



3,386,479.60 



98,954.00 



TOTAly LIABILITIES $6,487,778. 1 1 

VALUATION RESERVE'S 



Reserve for loan losses under 

Internal Revenue Code $ 107,970,03 



TOTAL VALUATION 
RESERVES $ 



CAPITAL 



107,970.03 
INDS 



Common stock — por value 

per share $12.50 

No, shares authorized 4000 
No shares^ unissued nom! 
No. shares outstanding 
Auuy ■■,.■..••■.■■■,■■ — - \" 

Surplus 

Undivided profits 

TOTAL CAPITAL 



-..*.•■• 



50,ooo.oa 

250,000.00 
28,640.8) 



.$ 328,640.81 



FUNDS 

Total Valuation Reserves* and Capital 
Funds 436,610,84 



39. 



TOTAL LIABILITIES, VALUATION 
RESERVES & CAPITAL I UNDS $6,924,388.95 



40. 



NOTE 

Time certificates of depofil outstanding 



.$ 481.540.38 



' I, E. J, Sletlen, Cashier ond Vice-President of the above- 
named bank cln hereby declare ihat this report of condition i« 
true ond correct to tho best of my knowledge and belief, 

E. J. Slotten 

Wo, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this 
report of condition and declare that It has been examined by us 
and to tho best of our knowledge and belief Is true and correct. 

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MRS. AUCI^tfMMAN 1 
Mrs. :Alfce ^Freeman, 71] 
yearsloid i6f:5Rlclimond, ^lll.f 
passed away ;Thurdday,90cta! 
ber:i0^ai'.?;55jpjih.jlh Victory] 
Membrlal! Hospital at Waukc*, 
gam illlr, \Where she wns ad-! 
mltted on ?6ct^8; 1 ''She jpassed 
away after a lingering. Illness, 
She .was iborn Sept. 13, \Wi; 
In^DeKalb ACottnty, ^111., imA 
moved Uo iiRlchmondr^vhcre 
she ^resided tuntil moving 4o 
Antioch 20 years agov^theh 
moved [back to ; Richmond 4 
years ago, 

Awhile living J in- Antioch 
Mrs. ^Freeman toad ^been^om« 
ployed :^lh: Webb's /Racket 
Store and later became 'man- 
ager of the National 4lTca 
Store jin Antioch. "She held 
membership ?in St. Ignatius 
Episcopal ;iehurch,^and ^thc 
Antioch 'Order ' of the ^Eastern 
Subchapter 428.. ;Shc .^was 
preceded Mn death -by^ner 
husband, : Walter ^Freeman; 
who had been- a barber in 
Richmond. Her only Surviv- 
ing relatives are "two cousins, 
John, Knox of Belfast, North 
Ireland, and Mrs. Una' Mur- 
phy of Toronto, Canada. 

Funeral services were; held 
at 'the Strang Funeral Home 
in Aritloch with interment in 
Aston Cemetery near De* 
Kaib, III. Rev. Edmond Hood 
of St. Ignatius Episcopal 
church officiated at the "ser- 
vices. Friends called at the 
funeral home .after 2:00 p.m. 
on Sunday. 

, # * * 

MRS. MARTHA BLANSKI 

Mrs. Martha Blanskl, 57 
years old of 'Sebastian. Flor- 
ida, .passed away Saturday. 
October 12, at 1:00 a.m. in a 
Vero Beach, Fla., hospital 
suddenly. She was born 
Feb. 11, 1006. at Evanston, 
III., and had lived on Grass 
Lake Road in. Antioch Towri- 
ship for 30 years, then moved 
to Sebastian, Fla„ . 12 years 
ago, She held membership 
in the Vero Beach Lutheran 
Church. 

Mrs. Blanski is survived by 
her husband. Phillip, six sis- 
ters, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Anti- 
och, -Mrs. Elsie Smith, Anti- 
och; Mrs. Mary Kutz, Evan- 
ston;. Mrs. Louise Macherey, 
Chicago; Mrs. Helen Kramer. 
Bellevue, Wash.; and Mrs. 
Ruth Stokes, Antioch. 

Funeral services were held 
Tuesday at , the St rang ...Fu- 
neral .Home, Anltoch. The 
Rev. M. E. Olterstatcr of the 
Faith Evangelical Church of- 
ficiated. Interment was in 
Grass Lake Cemetery. 




A. ROBERT > WILLITT (Ml), P f«iMln 3 mlnlilcr of lti« Antl«h «on. 
grcgbtlon of J<itiovah'( vdinetwi, , 'dUeuii«;lho uhodulid program 
lor o 3-day 'Bible fomrcntlon, stated to irait FrMay evening, Qitabtt 
35 at Ihc :high school auditorium. ^Explaining the format of lha .pro- 
gram '. • o ' Wl II o tt, I li Goo in> ' ; H. Coo k ',,; C Ircult Su p cr Wto r • for Jtto o va h'i 
w [l rrc « o i . Wl Holt . w III cho I r ma n »h« a c t f vl I ic ■ o n Su n day and . In I roduc o 
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By Marilyn Gr« J* 

At 11:00 last Saturday 
night a royal coronation was 
hold in . Antioch. Cheryl Rei- 
del and Jeff Gates were 
crowned Queen and King of 
the' -Homecoming. Member's 
of their court included: Sen- 
iors Sandra Maeder, Nancy 
Lindblad, Greg Gates, and 
John Lear; Juniors. Toni Erne 
and Paul Lindblad, Soplior 
mores" Janel Shcchan and 



Dave iFabry; and Freshmen 1 
Ueity :Brinker >and BillShed- 

don.i. v ^;^ "-:: *v .7 v--;-.-. ../J 

The Homecoming ■ -Dance 
and Coronation were pre- 
ceded by a colorful parade 
Saturday morning and sue* 
cessful football games that 
afternoon. In !clasa 'float 
competition the/senior class 
look ..first placo and *the 
freshmen took second. " The 
Pep Club was the first place 
winner In club float competi- 
tion. ■ 

The Antioch Sophomore 
team won the first game from 



the jfJi-Verriori Bears by f tho; 
lop-llded score of 31-13, The, 
Sequoit varsity coasted to an 
even easier win, 26-0/ Antl- 
och scored one touchdown In 
each quarter, and helped the 
Bears continue their scoreless 
season, Highlights of Hhe 
game were an 84 yard touch- 
down run by Jeff Gates, and 
Sequoit Mike Davis' recovery 
of4an ?EIa«Vernon fumble on 
the Antioch 1-yard Hhb: 
; ?Laat Thursday the .Fresh* 
man football team gained its 
first win ;o( the yearibydc- 
featlng-Salem Central 18 to 
13. ]Th6 winning touchdown 
came oh a pass to iFred -Gras: 
in the final seconds of play, 
The ^Freshmen^lost to ;Ela- 
^rnon 'Monday 27-p, I 

This weekend the Prolim- 
Ifiary ^Scholastic ^ Aptitude 
Teati(PSAT) aWIH bo given -to 
interested Juniors and seniors 
at 9:00 'Saturday morning. 
Tho 'PSAT Is Ma stwb-hour ex- 
amination, 60 Jminutes verbal 
and 60 minutes iitathomatical. 
-Today (Thursday) Is '.the last! 
day In «the >flrat "six weeks 
grading iperiod. , ' •$■ '^f ~ 

There will bo no school (n 



al! Lake bounty ^tomorrow^ 
Teacliora will >aiiend ^tho 
North Lakes Division Teachc/ 
Institute at Waukegan, 

Next' Thursday Tnight will 
bo College Night Thefpro. | 
gram, will ^begln at !8i00^p.m. 
TheipurposoofColiege^Nlght, 
which was begun at Antioch 
!lastjyear,1l8^tojglvo studonta 
and iparents a chance ito Visit 
with 'university .•representa- 
tives. ^Earlier this year jun- 
iors and seniors were asked 
to fill ?butia sheet Jhaming the 
colleges .they would jbo iritor- 
OBtetl ^irT atiendlng; These 
shoots- were 1 . used vi|n Idetbr- 
■mining 'the representatives to 
bo present on (College 'Night. 



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By Howard Shcpard 

The AntiochScquoltfl scored' 
= In .cvory quarter lln (their an- 
nuiil homecoming tilt against 
\Ela ; Vernon Saturday Rafter* 
noon and :got radk-tn the win 
rscolumn with o 26 to vic- 
tory. \y~'-M: 

Touchdowns iby Paul Llnd- 

. . Iblad, John Morgan and ' tf ef f j 

■ Gates sparked the Scquoits to 

^tholryflrst Conference victory] 

of ,thc season. The Antioch 

W*n eamc;wltliout the aid >of; 

three regulars, AWulIy< 5flori^ 

IJningvPaul Williams :and]Gre£ 

Gates. All thrceUwbro side- 

V lined 'for :an infraction :of ithc: 

training rules. ~; 

Antiocn's first score was 

.sot up when ah Elo-Vernori 

';^puntbr attempted ito -kick 

-from, his , own J15 tf yard line 

and 'missed the ball and the 

; Scquoits Jell ton it deep In 

Bear ^territory, jr, iv' J 

Five plays later Paul Llnd- 
blad took it In for the touch- 
down from the two yard line. 
A pass attempt for the point 
>~ after, touchdown failed and 
the score at the end of the 
first : quarter was 6 to 0. 
' 7 Late in the second quarter, 
John Morgan returned a puntr 
- 55 yards for Antioch's sec- 
ond tally.. The PAT failed 
and the score remained 13 
to 0. .V 

In the third quarter, Paul 
Lindblad racked up his sec- 
ond- touchdown of the after- 
noon when he went 63 yards 
on a crossbuck to make It 
48 to 0. The PAT was good 
and the Scquoits led 19 to 0. 

Jeff Gates accounted for 
Antioch's final score and the 
longest run of the day when 
lie broke over left guard, cut 
to the sideline and out-ran 
the defenders 84 yards for 
the touchdown. The PAT 
was good, completing the 
scoring for the afternoon. 
- Ela-Vcrnon's only threat 
. came early in the 4th period 
when they had a 2nd down 
and goal to go on Antioch's 
2 yard line. Antioch re- 
covered a fumble on the next 



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play and stopped the drive. 
- PauDLindbladvwas the work' 
horse 'Of the Scquoits, both' 
offensively and (defensively.! 
Lindblad carried 14 times for 
129 yards or. =9.2 yards jperj 
carry. Paul was also impres- 
slve ;on defensive accounting 
for 11 -tackles. 

John Lear was lauded for, 
his play at the quarterback 
spot. vFil!lng'ih i for. i theimiss-- 
ing Wally --Kenning, toai^at* 
tempted '-6 '.passes, .completed 
2of thorn for 28' yards, "He! 
mixed "tip ihis iplays 3welt,"i 
Coach Nelson said, "and did 
a real tine Jobifor UB;'- 

'The\ JSequolta will meet 
Warren . 'here -Saturday ;'ln 
their next game. ' Warren, 
fresh from upsetting a fine 
Grant team last week will be 
a good teat for the Scquoits. 
Game time is set for 12:30! 

SOPHOMORES WIN EASILY 
The Antioch Sophomore 
squad put the frosting on the' 
cake Saturday afternoon at 
the annual Sequoit homecom- 
ing celebration by defeating 
the Ela-Vernon Bears 31 to 

Fresh from a 14 to 12 vic- 
tory over Grant the previous 
week, the Sequoit preps, dom- 
inated play throughout, rack- 
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playing ;a • stout defensive 
gatno.rv • '. 

•Antioch's first score cdtnb 
otrMttiyard spass iplayr^Tbm 
Blaekman to Mike Sterzenz, 
Storbcn'/ scored again a 'little 
Inter when lie took a pass 
from 'Brad Ip'son and went. In 
for the TD. i ? , ■;£ S 

Runs of 30 yards' rtiud 20 
yards 3by iRlck' ErlcksW and 
Bin >Meydr respectively; ac- 
counted for two more Anti- 
och touchdowns. The .final 



Sequoit tally /.came ;on a pass! 
play, . lpson to .; Storbenz^ 
Dave ^Witrdwell was lauded, 
by coach'DdugiRisberg forihlsj 
flno^play at the Jindbaiikerj 

post,".- '->"'';. 
#ln 4lie game agalnstjOrarit; 
a; week>ayo; ^3*y ronov Walls! 
accounted for both Sequoit' 
touchdowns ! and :Blll Boniior! 
provided ithc game winning; 
extra points. The Sequoit; 
sophs wiU'mcdt the Warrbn] 
preps in the curtain raiaer at 
Antioch Saturday, f ': / " 




QUARTIROACK JOHN LIAR put. hi. h«od down and drives 
far an extra two yard** Saturday a> tho" Sequoit* won tftofr 'homo* 



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By Hank Bowman ' 

BOAT BOTTOMS MOLD KEY 
TO PERFORMANCE r 

A boat's performance de- 
pends oil a combination of 
power -and hull design and 
the. most important feature of 
any hull is the shape of its 
bottom. 

Pleasure' boats today, aside 
from houseboats and some of 
the larger luxury yachts aro 
of the semi-planing type 
which, at cruising speed or 
faster, largely ride over, 
rather than through tho 
water.. -However, the . bot- 
toms of senil-planing hulls 
vary considerably in shape 
and the contours applied to 
a good boat arc the result of 
its architect's intent. He 
may have planned a fast boat, 
a soft riding boat, or a rug- 
ged, rough water boat. All 
three "features are desirable 
but they arc seldom success- 
fully combined In any one 
boat. 

Features you should look 
for arc the shape of the hull 
at tho chine, the type of 
planing surface from the 
transom forward for approxi- 
mately a third of the boat's 
length and the shape of the 
forefoot, that is the forward 
most . section of tho V-ed, 
semi-V-cd or rounded part of 
the boat that will be in the 
water when "the ~ boat Is -at 
rest. 

Commonly, the under sur- 
face Of a boat that rides 
through or on the top of the 
water is smooth.. There arc 
exceptions. 

The true laps! rake hull 
starts its overlapping plank- 
ing at the keel outward. The 
hull is made up of a scries 
of longitudinal steps. The 
semi-lapstrakc hull utilizes a 
smooth bottom with strakes 
or, overlapped planking stari- 
IHg" ill the chine, where the 
bottom and the sides join. 

There arc other non-smoolh 
bottoms — those with the 
athwart ship breaks or steps, 
bottoms that have tunnels 
and deeply V-ed hulls' with 
longitudinal planing strakes. 

A flat after-plane with 
chines at, or nearly at right 
angles to the sides of the 
boat is often a last design, 
but it may be hard riding, 
and less safe in fast turns 
than a soft or rounded-chine 
hull. There is no all-purpose 
design. 

The roiuidchine hull offers 
a smoother ride, though since 
it lias more wetted surface, 
it will vbc. slower. 

The lapstrake hull is a de- 
sirable rough Water boat 
since each strake tends to 
throw spray outward rather 
than allowing it to follow up 
the sides of the boat and blow 
back into the cockpit. 

A blunt bow usually "ac- 
companies a hull designed for 
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through waves. It may give 
a jaw-jolting ride in rough 
going. The sharp prowed 
boat slices through waves and 
custons impact shock. 

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Gary Van Brunt Is one of 



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the protected list. Then he 
must find a nest of 'em and 
lift one just before it is ready 
to fly. Then come the long 
mouths of training. Gary's 
bird had, one month of school- 
ing when it got loose. A pair 
of jesses were attached to lis 
legs, so it could readily be 
identified as a falcon. It is 
a violation of state and fed- 
eral laws to kill one. And 
yet, a trigger-happy neighbor 
did just that. What do you 



do with people like that? | 

Tharo's nothing sillier than 
the faces woman make when 
they put oij lipstick, unlets 
it's the ones men make 
when they're shaving. 

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IT'S A. SMALL WORLD 
pep't.— on a short visit to 
my pal up Eagle River way 
(Meyer's Pine Crest Resort), 
I discovered that a friend of 
mine, who was also visiting, 1 
was a boyhood chum of Ed 
Soronsoii (of the Bait. & Bull 
Foundry of the' same name) 
In good old Dickey vlllo. His 
name is "Red Ryan" and he Is 
now a high ranking mogul on 
the. Chicago Fire Department. 
Remember him, Ed? 

J^ Sft ¥f$ 

I'VE ALWAYS known Hint 
a dog is stupid enough to gel 
tough with a quill-pig (porcu- 
pine, girls) and wind up with 
a faccful of quills, but no 
I know there's another dumb 
bunny animal ditto. There 
are five or six fairly tame 
raccoons that hang around 
the resort, panhandling hand- 
outs from the tourists. This 
night I gave 'em a couple of 



ItL- -"« . - ■■- ■■ 2. .. . *'»all fish, and lo and behold, 
themv H6*tl^M^if.tanc4l^^ r ^^^ amm of 

quills, looking like a walk- 



ing pin-cushion. There just 



has to be one in every group. 

Fisherman : You've been 
watching me for three hours. 
Why don't you get a pole and 
try it yourself? . 

Watcher: I ain't got .the' 
patience.. , 

*P T* T* > * '■"■ 

Fishing was not very good 
up north (for walleyes, that 
is) though I managed to 
latcli on to one so big, four 
of us had him for breakfast 
and there was enough left 
over for another. ; 

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Fishing hi the Chain has 
been good. Russ. Hoffman 
caught an 11% pound chan- 
nel cat on the cast shore of 
Indian Point, on a chub. Now 
his hat no longer fits.. 
- Earl Reese's Landing on 
Spring Lake Channel (Grass 
Lake Road) reports excellent 
northern pike fishing. Most 
of. .the piscators there are 

agging one or more of 'em. 

iiufishiug is slow there^jjow, 

though it ' was' quite '.good' 

last week. 

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Sunday, Oct. 13 
High .team series— Atwood 



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HAS TO BE THE CLASSIEST 
SHOOT OF THE SEASON. 

T T T 

TALL TALES Dep't — 
There was this Clticago guy 
who dumped his pet goldfish 
into Lake Michigan. When he 
got home be turned on the 
water faucet, to wash his 
hands, and out popped his 
pet. It was a homing gold- 
fish. 

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Can you top it? Can you 
equal it? Can you come close 7 
Sendt it in. I'll print it. 
This wcck"s tall talc came 
from the pen of W. R. Ad- 
ams, and he wins a pair of 
brassdiucd socks." ' ■ 

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Floor?CovbHhg7^1I190}iChar^i 

col House 1009. 

High scorers:' Men, Ray At- 
wood and Jack Larson 551; 
Russ Itoepenack and Ralph 
Antes 546; Ralph-., a 23« : 
game. Wdmen: Judy Bishop, 
100-104-170— 500.. - : i 

-Charcot House 3; ftlarS 
clink's Resort 0. Atwood 
Flooring 2; Antioch Hearing 
Aid Center '1. Che veil's 2;^ 
The Corners 1. Swizzle 
Sticks 2; Tanner Construc- 
tion 1. The Neighbors 2; 
Ccnnak's Really- 1. Cloirvicw 
2; Antioch Landscaping 1, 

"The pinspotters" ■ . z 

Friday, October 11' 

High team series— Vene- 
tian Village Bowlerettcs, ilOl- 
744-720—2274. 

High scorers — Dorothy' 
Laursen of Teresi's, 103-105- 
174—532; Due Ellis of IGA, 
1024011-140— 510. 

Antioch IGA Foodllner 2; 
Leo Fox Trucking I. Willow 
Park 3; 'One Hour Marliniz- 
lug 0. Charlie's Channel Inn 
2; John Teres! Chevy-Olds 1. 
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Future grididon stars will 
get a chance to test their tal- 
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when the Lyons-Ryan Ford 
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annual Puni, Rass and Kick 
competitions. 

The competition will begin 
at 10 a.m. at the Antioch High 
School athletic field under 
the direction of the high 
school coaching staff. 

Grade school age boys (Ii 
to 11) will compete in their 
own age bracket in punting. 
passing and kicking. They 
will be judged on distance 
and accuracy. 

The nationwide contests 
arc sponsored each year by 
local Ford dealers. Prizes 
arc awarded to the winners 
in each age bracket. 



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{GontinuecUfrom pngo 7) 
Etmnaiiiblo -^pupt^ Store 3; 
■Reeyus Driiga 0, Frnriklon! 
Dnitfs 3; -Fox Uikc •■'Miiltftei* 

Iran (). Vonetln'n rVSItaHoi 
-Tlo\vlorcttofli2j Volo Brilt 1. 

Wdd. Bus.ne m Mon 
October 2 f 'v;t. 
- High vtoam ;scrius— \V6bcr 
Thick :Pniiii, «52-il03ifl:i2— < 

^-inigh Individual scoror: S," 
LnMoLM-, 20,0-17n-l70— 540 
, Weber I) tick Farm 3; Dick's 
. Service- '.'O'^wAiitlocb Ncjws 2: 
niH'M*Tcxacd I. -Log Cabin 
ijtin- 2;- Ru.v's 'TttNldovinV-l^ 
. C-ieouge's' "'■tjiil't mrcl Tackle. 2.^ 
;.-U:asco'sj1 [otu\\'(llppcra lr 'IinK 
] kUui .Eiitt'i'prlsos 2; Viiu Pat', 
: tonVlr Decker's Tavern 3; 
Strom lives "0, ^ r 

Wednesday Business /Mon 
^October 9 # - 

•-, -■" .;! iigh uiam series— La sco's 
: SiiiiltarylServlce. lU[)-lUlH-7()» 
■ ^.34. r i,l?-: ":.0ri :. ir: . : X; : /' 2 
. '-High scorer, P.. Gutowsfci, 
lP7-UU-170-rJ>40, ■ 

■Dick's Service 2: Rnlsion 
Knlerprises 1, Anltoch News 
' 2: Slroin .'Bros, 1. Van Piit- 
ten's - 2: ■ Ilav'S'-Taxl<leriny \; 
l.asvo's 2: Hill's Service i. 
Gem-go*!? Ilnil and Tackle 2; 
Weber. Duck Farm l. Log 
Caiiiu Inn 2; Docker's Tay- 
ernt. « - . 

* ■* * 

Chain O' Lakes Mixed 
Wed,, October 9 

High learn so r le s — Do r L- 

- nunuler. Inn. 093-nr>EHGH3— 

303 L- ■ . y, 

lligli - individual scorers: 

Chuck Mora... I<is»-1S1H-2QI— 

SOB; Karl names; IfliMOMT.l 

— 524; High woman bowler. 

-Tletlv Denning,. 15- 13.7^1(5:1 

{Art-— Congratulations on 

vour 207 name— Peydik) 

Wokl's Trucking 2: .firo^ 
Standard ,1. Prestige Ins. 
group* &i I looker's Plymouth 
0. Lake Villa Lumber 2: Den 
Franklin 5-10, *l. First Na- 
tional Dank 2: Meinersmann 
Ins. 1. Dorlmundci* Inn 3: 
Barnes -TV 0. Mamica Ins. 
2; Antioch Buihlers 1. 

¥ ¥ ¥ 
Ten Pin Topplers 
. Tuesday, October 8^~ 

High toani series—The Tot 
Shop. 750-7:14-74 1— 2225. 

High scorers — .lean Poc- 
kow, 175- 1 73- 1 7G— 524 : Irene 
Hansen, 1 00- 1 57- 170— 523. , 
, The Tot Shop 3: .George's 
Bar 0. Brass Ball Lounge 
3; Tuttlo Mink Ranch 0. 
Antioch News 2: Paty's 
Lounge 1. , Anderson Heat- 
ing 2; Warn-O-Scroen 1. Gan- 
der Mountain. Inc., 2: Gibhs & 
Jensscu 1. Pregeir^er's Re- 
sort 2; Lakes Tile Co. 1. 
jp 9$ •$ 

Women's Thursday After* 
noon League,. Oct. 10 



High le&rri aeries: Nielsen'* 
Roainurrint — 1580,93^553-^ 
1073;; -High fscoror „~ Laila] 

BergT^flO^l 54^150— 493. ,^ ; 

;Moim ;Sclwnrtz ; had a\;200 
game/ / . 

Nielsen's 'Restaurant 2; M, 
\t Hentn St Sou 1^ Joe & 
HeloiVs Restaurant 2; Twin 
Lakes :CoViiitry:ClubL Tif- 
fany Ants, Builders 2; OW1 
Fitzgerald's L "Osmond's Ius. r 
Agency ;2^Uayjs ' .Shell Ser- 
A'iee. L Antlticlt -Savings St- 
Loan 2; ^Fnscination^Beauly 
Salon '1.-^ . _■ 

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Lindenhurst 'Men's League 
Frlday/i October A 1 - 

;;Fred's, Standard Service ^2; 
Corbiii's Lounge vl . ^Liiuleh- 
iluirst.-r4Sport9uien*8^Glu6 : 42'i: 
AVolfl's ^Resort L lRe|iable 
Merits' 2: KUma's Resort tv 
Karryjs Transmission^; .'Flo* 
rloVPi/zerla l. r Lake Villa 
Pharmacy 2: Lake, VflhV'Laun- 
dei"?Fze L •- ~" , 

'*-' fClmule 1 Anderson Tof iLln- 
denhiirst^Meii's-eUib ilopped 
\voekly. scoring; .■with" riv. 000' 
series and a 220 -game. 'Earl 
Sorenson of . Karry'a^ fired -a: 
51)7- series with n 211 game. 
Artilteindl of Florlo's had. a 
500 triplet with a 212 scL, ': 
.RnunyVW ray. or Florlo's -hit 
a 234 game to put jhltn In the 
spollighL: 5 Chel Jermakowic/. 
of Corbin's came in . third 
wllh a 217 game. T -' * M 

Thursday Business Men 
October 10, 

High team series — State- 
hank of Antioch, 073-303-070 
—2(542. .' 

■High "scorer— Ed Pallnskl. 
204-102-220—010. 

■ Slate Bank 3; Dick's Tree 
Service 0. Rndke's Barber 
Shop 3; Ace Roofing 0.' 
Wertz Well Drilling 2; Salem 
King Pins l. King's * Drugs 
2: Fox Trucking 1. . Mitrrlc's 
Standard Service -2; Carey 
Electric I. Erich's Auto Re- 
pair 2; Rav's Shell Station 1. 
•V * * 

Antioch Major 
Friday, October 11 

High loam series — Ken- 
nedy's Pro Shop 0l7-9a7- 
910—2820. 

High scorer: Bob Piatt of 
Kennedy's. 207-245-105—017. 

John Gaa & Son 2; Ken- 
nedy's Pro Shop 1. Jqu & 
Helen's 2: Miller Ins. 1. Fargo 
Oil 2; Volo Bait Shop 1: Cer- 
mak Real Estate 2: Blumen- 
schein Excavating I. 

•¥ -Y* •£ 

Bi-State League 
Thursday, October 10 

Alter six weeks of bowling 
wo find Colonial and Rudolph 
Turkeys tied for first with 12 



wlrii arid 6 -loMes, ' f ollowe d ibyj 
Glbbs *Sc /Jensaoh and Dnl-j 
gaartlsilGA with 10 wins nmlj 
losses and team No, 5 and 
Beautl-Vue 'Products ;with ^8 
wins , and 10 lossos.^and ;Hay- 
don Hoihes ahd^lhle Inn ■wltiv 

wins and ^12 losses. 

We are stilt In need of lone/ 
bowler,- If anyone Is inter- 
ested splensoieall ithe Antioch 
BoWl. -This jIs n handicap, 
league; 'Bowlings VTIuirsdays 
at 9:15 pan, The^hutivldual 
leadci's^ns bf ;last^Thursday; 
nre^rcdOzga- 182; Wayne; 

1 [elwlg § l80;^Ed Sla vlk^l00; ! 
iTaiuos, ;Grnham ©180; Earl 

Baruos;470^Bpb:-MortonU70;; 
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.The -woman driver's car 
stalled ^qn ithelhlghWay ;and:h 
passlng-motoi'lst -stopped aiid 
told 'her sjieiwas ;out of gas, 
"Would lt%irt." /she asked, 
"If IdHvoihome wlthithetnnk 



Harvest Opeik 
is Sunday 



The Spring Valley?Counlry 
GliiUWilLcap off tlio regular 
golf season Sunday when they 
Avlll ihost itheir ;aecoiul anmiol 
'IHaivbst 'Open;*' The tout- 
ing Is scheduled to; start 
:i?arly ySunday. inornihg hhd 
r>vill Hextend /thi^ughoutiitlu); 
day, ■ " -■- -'^: 

: Tlieicntry fee Inchuiesjgolf, 
.-prizes a nd/ii] 'buffet idlnnev. 
Prizes Avlllibe awardocLpn^thb' 
ibnslsiof 4ow gross scores arid 
low 'net .score, PeorhvTsystcrn; 
Tltelbnffet|wlH^tart)nt!2iPirrfe 
and: will ;fun through, the ^ bal- 
ance;of ithe -day forv,pnrttci; 

'The 18 hole outing is open 
to the .public and sponsors 
t'eteViMid/ Pick, Wagner invite 
anyone Interested; 'to^nttond.i 
Entries from "various other 



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^Mary's ;a-j 
rge homecohi- 
;ht Saiom Con- 



Burlington 
roused ;by a 
lugtcWwil^ca 
l ral -jby: surprise iln the first 
half land iheld ■ off a . ;Fnlcon 
c(muj«back; theasccdnd Half ^to 
register;ithelr first confoN 
encewlhlpf ithe year. 

The Falcons /'looked Jgbod 
t|ie/flrst^tlme#they hadntho 
ball as they rubvedlto vthciSL 
Mary's ;«ix yard Ulno. How- 



cb»bs Jn- thew;areo are ex- 
pocted,;Rete Ayagner/isald_.: 

^Last yearls low gross score 
was /turhed.lriiby John Roach 
(if ; Antioch. JRoach fired a 
one /oyerdpnr /7l Jto^cop if Irst 
prize last season. 



6ver,;&48 yard, penalty Mlled 
the throat. ^On this jdrlvo ni 
pass iWas dropped in -the end 
ajbrie/ ; sit ; would shaye^ ' 



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the Falcons the(early>ilead. 
The Falcons bogged down af- 
ter this and didn't got jiriov*; 
Ing tfanlll ithe second half , but 
then It iwisiioo late. //; ■■■■■■($ 
1 *,at. ,5Mary!s ^scored 4n tf\oi 
first quarter Swhon Dave Elt| 
Ion skirted irlghttond ^for 7-1] 
yards, The kick was 'blocked, 
Jorry Wollortirfcb/redltwico for 
the inspired Hltltoppora in 
the second quarter on^runs 
of 12iand ^ -yards. Neither 
kick /^was ^gbod,^glvlng St^! 
Mary^fl^an 10-0 halftlme lead.1 
In /the second (half Salem's 
defense stlffonedand held SL 
Mary f szscoreloss^!but ^the of- 
ifcnso/eould /onlyjscore Voncc, 
as iTllck 'Schnf fer iscored-oti a 
7 iyard run./// 
"Next week MejFnlcons ■-will 
ontor-tanother Homceonilng 
'Hon!s j<lon /whenltliey 5travel 
ito 'Union jGrovo; 4i ' 




JTHI JiNTICHCH ^NiWI* if 



The ;Guldanco Department 
of Antioch Community High 
School tajsporisorlng/a Col* 
legeliNlghL Thursday, ^Octu? 
ber 24, at 10 jpim. In ithe mUW* 
torluin, 

Interested freshmen, BopIi-1 
omorcs, juniors, seniors, par'' 
onts, and high schnol faculty 
ate invited. • 

; 'The jpUrposc/of JhciCollege 
Nlght^program/ wlUWbo/^to 
bring tb; L 'Interested Jlilgh 
school students and their par- 
ents, accurato Information 
concerning; the warldus facets 
of Jhlglibr;-cducntlon; :; , - / 
The dlfforent, educational 
institutions which /will -be 
represented aro: iCarthage 
Colloge, 'DoVry Technical 'In- 
stitute, Illinois Institute of 
Technology; Ullnpls State 



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Normal, Kendall College, 
Murideleln College, Northern 
Illinois .University, University 
of iOhlcago, lUnlverslty of "Illl- 
nbis, and Western Illinois 
University. / 

The /following sequences 
will bemused: 

a) ■; A short talk sby tho 
represorttatlves concerning 
tliolschnni ;tlijjy. •roprcROiit 

^b) A question and answer 
period ivvill / follow^wlth vshn 
dents and parents Ipartlclpat-; 

Ing. . : -\ h :'^,\ - . ■ 

^^tlttloikindoitner/ announce 
ed at breakfast that he didn't 
ihav'e ito.jgo .!tb ; school ibecauso 
It *was ^George Washington's 
birthday. Father-said: 'Who 
Was he?" Little boy answer- 
ed; **He was tliQ^flrst yKon- 
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A i anoiher grool big birthday rollv around, A4P feth.ma;* irtdtbltd 
la the million! of loyal tmtamori who helped mak» It pouiblt . And 
we're exprenlng our appr*ciallori wllh an exlra-tpeciat caletarallan. 
Wa'rn ihowlng our thanks with a great offering of llemt you Ilk* bolt 
ol all . . . thclve* and- ihalvoi fully-tlotkod with famous-brand food* 
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ihowlng our a|ipr«elallan, too, by renewing our €«ntury-ald pledge 
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lto.re ... In the courteous, and helpful' tcrvlco' , . . you'll know that 
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Woodcreat Subdivision re- 
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Mr^nml^Mra; Donald >Bjork 
^ccmtid tho-j)roud"pnr€nl8ibf 
o Utile (ImiBhtor^Octdboi^ iO, 
Janet Marie weighed lln iafci'4 
lbs, 10 Qzs.-nnd is-tho ,piide 
of, her oldor brother and two 
sisters. - _ - - 

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where'he »Ib iarlance" corporal 
In IheWarlnfe Ma, Wetdon 
the ! former Nancy Krleger, 
wllllremaln-at the homo of 
her ^parents at Lake Cather 
ine, John Is theUon of Mr, 
and Mrs. Jlnlph Doyyell, 

The Community Club wjll 
sponsor their annual Spook 
Hop f Satiirdoy^October'20f5oti 
tho Amor !ca n Legion Hall J ln; 
Antloeh. There i^ylll abo : ;rc- 
freshmonts, dancing,* and 
prizes' for the beat costumes. 
Activities Chairman Don Van- 
dervest is in charge of the ar- 
rangements, ; -■ i 

Tho Community ■' ^Club 
imcets bnithoaecohd.Tuesday 
of levory month in the Chan- 
nel LakeP-Scliool^Gym. •'■/All: 
ndulta In the area ore invited 
to attend -these meetings and 
Join 'Inlthbi activities rof itliclr, 
community, 'jFor>?furthor:?ln> 
formation call Gladys Zobus 
ot>305-2309. 

; Mr. and;Mra."Elmer ■Ebor- 
man entertained -the (Channel 
Lake School Board Members 
and their husbands and wives, 
Saturday at their jhome. i/A 
buffet dinner was served and 
a very enjoyable evening' fol- 
lowed. i|-;- ' , 
. The JPTA will 'sponsor a 



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itovlco ItUor* ot Great ioi«i Naval Tr ofnlno, Conter thii we«k by Roar 
Admiral (Howard /A. Yeager, Commandant of Iho 9«h. Naval 'District. 
from l«(r ore Herbert }H, Scolt of Uke Bluff, odueotlonttpoeialJit; fr«d 
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By Del JaHneke , | 
Phone 3W-1 145 ^ 

■Mr. and -Mrs; Edward 
Jahneke, rural Antloch, jliaye] 
returned from an event-filled 
weekend rtt Onargar 111. The 



HAMBURGERS 



CHEESEBURGERS 



FISH & SHRIMP ON FRIDAYS 

on Highway C Trevor, Wis. 



Fun Fair • and Bazaar • Novom- 
ber 15th and 16th. It will bo 
held at . the school both eve- 
nings with games' for all ago 
groups, prizes, and home- 
made articles for sale. Ar- 
rangements arc still being 
made, according to the offi- 
cers. 

.Lou - Portolakl returned 
Monday from a weekend trip 
to Cambridge, Maryland, 
where he along with Dob and 
Dick Flood attended a two-, 
day racing regatta. Lou, 
driving the Greyhound, took 
a first for four races, making 
tho boat the high point cham- 
pion In the nation. 

Vandalism occurred Sun- 
day night at the grade school 
whan an unknown person or 
persons, broke seven windows 
In the building. It's a; sorry 
state of affairs when the only 
enjoyment a person can find 
is to destroy public property, 
especially a school building. 



Onargft Military 'school, which 
their, son attends, ; was -for- 
merly i - the -Grand ^Prairie 
Seminary, :andf tho alumni, 
helped its 'Centennial' celobra- 
t ion on October . ?B and >% 
•Hundreds of * .graduates, from 
the year 1000 through 1062, 

wore there from .alLqyer : tho 
United States, Canada 'and 
Mexico. Tho • VG.P.S.:',. ,a 
Mot hod ist ' theological -school, 
wns.stnrted in lfl<13. •; In 4919, 
the late Lt,' General L, E. 
Bltllngor brought ..about the 
transition of the GPS to the 
Oharga Military School L . a 
non-sectarian military-school. 
On Saturday, there was a re- 
splendent two-hour long Cen- 
tennial 'Parade, a Centennial 

Banquet, 'and d dance after- 
wards, A fried chicken pic- 
nic dinner, held at a local 
park, Sunday noon, was fol- 
lowed by an afternoon con- 
cert. 'The Olivet College 
Choir and Ensemble kept- tho 
audience in rapt attention for 
their 00 minute program. 
Thon, to cap a perfect week- 
end, the OMS Cadets paraded, 
on their school grounds, and 
were reviewed by U. S. , Con- 
gressman . Ahrens, and Lt. 
General R. Moses, whllo two f 
army helicopters buzzed tho' 
area. Tho Jahnekos wore 
thrilled to sec their son. 




nations 

fiecont donors to jthe ?iles- 
cile Squar fund are; 
.Mr, iand Mrs, Walter K. 
Hills, Mrs, iJrenO; ?Kammer; 
in momory jbf Don jKunitrier; 
tWIIIordS Rntz, Erhosti H.} 
Glonn, Joiih Paul, -Hast -Loon- 
'Lake- iShoros, Inc. ^Donald 
Schroeder, Pros,; *Mr. and 
Mrs, Isaac Swonson^MK. rind 
Mir; ^Knuto3Lassbn|yMay W. 
Elliott, .Mr'and MrsriKonnoth! 
J. Albright,? •Frank 3 - Zomnh, 1 
Mrs-Siii^^Blcgalskl,^ -Martha 
•Bairsfow, Mr, and Mrs^Ray 
Knsel,* ; -, ~i 

C. ,T, Shipo, L. C. JTueck- 
stnoiUV ^GGbrgo:^C, V'EckortV 
Fred ..Guenthor, 'BTIbert vSav-, 
age, Enoch !AV'Wlioblen t Jblin; 
Brogan, lArthur'iC. Anderson,; 
Mrs^Petor -Finlkn, MrslEHso 
Burke, B A Llptlla, Fania 
/Tobleski/ Lakes Area Adver-i 
tisqri^luC.j A^n^Zlesko/iBospj 
'McGulnriess; ; William Lucas; 
Robert Taubitv ■'■:-. ;;k; 
.' Kenneth Podersbn.-Harvoy 
H. St. Cyr,sSt. Cyr'-ProdUCts,;, 
Arthur .Lqtkey,, ilulle Miller; 
Carmen Luciarii, McAllstcr 
Irving, Antlocli Bowl, 'Inc., 
Martin ©Ill-Way Furniturc,| 
Herman 'Rehborg.' Charles 1 
Paddock, H. Freihickson, iEn- 
glewood Jolm Ericsson! Club, 
Inc.; Warren Policy, Joseph 
jGlrctli; Donald iPurily, Aittl- 
ocli. Dentol Service, I. Robert 
Palm, Clurence Spioririg, iD. 
Mlchaelson, - Albert Sinia. M 

And Polllt'is, Irving Cook, 
Daisy BtcJinrds, H. J. Shang- 
hai!, Mrs. R. P- Jacobson and 
"Mrs. Spljshalc, John' Schel- 
don Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Bur- 
nett, Louis J., & Rose Nielsen, 
Robert Ellis, Edward C. Car- 
ney, Clarence Crowley, Sylvia 
B,_S/,ymonlak, .Mr.jand Mrs. 
F. A. Sovehsbni: Vernon Dunn, 
Mr. nnd Mrs. Adelindo Orsl, 
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shul- 



Schocl Patrol fiefs 
New Orange Belts 




q1 School iSafety^HatroI; 
at : thofGaklatid iGrade '.schpbl: 
Is tbe first, in Antloch to dls-> 
play m new orongb ; Safety 
Patrol ifjolticIiHtrlbtitccI by! tlioi 
Chicago CiMotbr -Club. 

The fluorescent oraingo; 
glow^belt '\\m been produced 
to replace Htlie; traditional 
white Sam Browne belt. : "j 

G, •■" W.- iQavanhgli; iprcsl- 
dont-of tlio motor club, said 
thcinbwTbelt/wllh lis orange 
fluorescent-, ibxterior, offers 
greater visibility. _~ -.j 

''The, Chicago IMotor Club 
decided to adbptHlilrnewibelt- 
a f teri t h rce .yon rs ^of extonsi ve 
testl rjg; Exper i mo nts fro von 1 1 
tliaUit offers^greater ylslbif- ; 
ity, ^is vnioreldurable, and -is 
easier to Jkcbp'clbnnrtlipntlic 
white, helts;^ W^eijevoi^test- 
cd, toncliers, !|>ni , ents,^and 
students vvere unatiimoiis in 
their approval, t . j ' ' 

graV ladies - 

Approximately. "TjO ; wpmqn 
in Lake iCountyi have volun- 
teered -for j Gr»yvLady Service 
aiid^nre" In Hlib: process of 
ibeing trained; : Tiiero is neod : 
for. more volunteers. 




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It's the '64 Wide-Track Pontiac Tempest with a new SIX 
for savers and a V-8 for swingers. 

Tempest's new in-Unc 6 develops 140 horsepower from 215 cubic Inches, and It'll please 
everybody but the gas station man. And Tempest's optional-at-extra-cost 326-cuhla 
Inch V-8 puts out up to 280 horsepower for swingers. Do your choosing soon, okayT 

SEE THE ONLY DEALER WHO SELLS THE WIDE-TRACK CARS— YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER 



DON PITTMAN MOTORS, INC. 

845 Main Street Antioch, Illinois 



Cadet P.F.C. Ed, Jr.r ns n 
member of the "Viscoiints", 
tho school's "Crack" Color 
Guard.' 



lis, Mrs. Joseph Conroy, <W. 
C. Petty, Mrs. Evelyn Tomp- 
kins, [Walter T. Larson, Frank 
Pngltisch, Fredrick > H. iSpm- 
mer, Carl Reisser, Fred O. 
Hawkins, Roman B. Vos, 

Mrs. K/Schwanbeck, Harry 
W. Lindhorst. Elmer k Mar- 
garet V'LOserpneycr. Leonard 
Kasper, William & Marie" 
Malcck, Charles \V. Ander- 
sen, George Tuck, Mrs. Lester 
OsmondJ Sr., Mr.' and Mrs. G. 
Gaymor," Albert Sbdmnn, An- : 
tioeli Dental 'Building, Willing 
Workers; Mis. Lewis vWpol- 
sey; , Mrs. " Eirz. * ' Ilabbrhiiller, 
Joseph Helm, i Fred, Warner, 
Anthony J; Scully, John 
Schrems, Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. 
I lor ton, John E. Bjorklon, 
Earl Ilbrton, Pcrtti Pilrone'n, 
David &• Irene Ellen, Mrs. 
Frieda' Sclinrf, Frank Tatlcok; 



It wns annoiincadj that many, 
Republican ^candidates' for 
each tiof the state fbfflcesj 
plus many state nnd^areaiof* 
flelalS' 'have 'accopted. Invita- 
tions to attend tho jrccognH; 
Hon dinner for State Senator 
Itobort Couison, 52nd DIs-! 
trict.lon Nov,- 10, at ithc 'Illi 
jiois Bench State; Pa rkLodge;' 
The comhiiUecUnlflo , con- 
firmqoUfl report in a^Ohlcago 
papcrjthnt Senatbr;Coulson is 
individually preparing a shook 
that will concern future elect-' 
ccT tofficlals of Illlhois, jEaclr 
of those In attendance at Hie 
dinner will- irecc'lvc ' -an ad- 
'Vanco;copy;oflthls^!)ook^ 
■-''< : ' -* :— — '..., "; ' '."' ■ ■< \ 
Teacher; "Now Goorgie, if 
I subtract :2fi from no, what's 
the difference? " 
" -Georgle: ^That's ^whnt I 
say. Who enres?" -- 



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DRY CURED HAND RUBBED 
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Oven programmed cooking ronsts food per- 
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fashion styling, utmost eortkirifjroiivuijuJiico. 



Caloric (Mode! 53AXT^-30') Newest 
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Enjoy cleaner, easier broiling. 

With closed-door smokeless broiling tho gas 
flame consumes greasy smoke that othorwiso 
escapes into your kitchen. 



Every kind of cooking becomes easier 
when you change to a modern gas range. 
The new Gold Star Award gas ranges, for 
example, offer more than 30 cooking fea- 
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You'll find thermostatically controlled' 
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combine up-to-the-minute style and fea- 
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HC/V-Wtintjiool (Model J037 , J5-nu H ) New 
linlniiced.licat oven bakes antlbrownstivunty. 



Norijo (Model 523-7GO~JO) The IdoK 
of luxury . , the mark ot lino duality. 





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mouth-watering flavor ...liuitllihaiiialwayiii^han 
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Pepsi-Cola 






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PIECES AND STEMS 

Cavern Mushrooms 

24 oi.il OC WITH THIS 
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Tea Bags 

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PIUSIURY 

Angel Food Mix 

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ARMOUR STAR 

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Hills Bros Coffee 



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2 lb. 
can 

WITHOUT COUPON JL33 





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Good Thru Saturday, Oct. 19, 1963 

Listerine 



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Rolls 



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REGULAR OR HARD TO HOLD 

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Now's the time to stock your Freezer: Values Galore at Jewel's -Big Dollar Sale! 



Cherry Valley — Frozen 

French Fries 



9-oz. 
Pkg. 



Cherry Valley — Frozen 

Green Peas 



1 0-oz. 
Pkg. 





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Mary Dunbar — Frozen 

Cut Corn 

Cherry Valley French Style 



2/39c 



8 ft $1 oo 



u<jular Price 2/ 29c 



Dewkist Frozen — Red 

Raspberries 



Reg. 
2/39c 



Reg* 

29c ea. 



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iGRAVSLAKE AUCTION 
HIGHWAY 120 &2V 
- GRAVSLAKE, ILLINOIS % 
SALES -every ^fed. 3& ,'iSit^ 
•7:30 p.m.. Consignment-time 
3 houra before sates. Will 
■pay icaah ; ffor your Items. 
CHECK YOUR ibaSemen^ 
attics and garages. TURN 
UNUSED LITEMS INTa! 
CASH. Call JU 70S03 or 
Baldwin 3-0071. v-.;j 

I-3I Avislv >to itliank ^all ^my ] 
friends and relatives for Ihelrl 
wonderful cards, 'letters arid I 
'".flowers during my stay in tlie 
: Ihospltnl., Th^ Lr,' kindness: 
was greatly appreciated. 

, Andrea Goode 



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FOR^SALEr-Year jround 3- 
Bedroom )Houid,i2 icar^gorago? 
picture window, v 15'%22' living 
room, $6000. ^On^nbrtrilflhoro 
Loon Lako^ of (Route 21-83, 
Phono Chicago evenings, NE 
84707.- /; ^(141510) 



FOR »SALE-rLot j60*x125» on] 
ClbyergStreot, ; Camp ?Lako, 
Wisconsin, near A ni loch, Wllj 
trade for [Campor lor make 
offer; Write to AW. Ed- 
wards, Route 2, Box 531, Lake 
Gcnov a, Wisconsin.; i(No 
reasonabletdffor^refused;) ^ 
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I' wifih to thank my many 
friends jforj'the' cards and 
calls during my recent stay 
nt Victory Memorial Hospi- 
tal. ■■■■■ -^srW:-'^ w m 

Thank you. 
(10)" , Mr. John Kopecky 



We wish; tq thank our 
many friends for their kind- 
ness and expressions of sym- 
pathy "at the death of our 
daughter and sister, Mary 
Kohlcr. r JS0i 

Gloria Kohler 
(10) The Secor Family 



JN MEMORTAM • 
In loving memory of our 
beloved - son and brother, 
Melvin (Butch) Wohlfeil, who 
passed away nine years ago 
on October 14, 1854, 
He had a nature you could 
not help loving, 
- And heart that was purer 
than gold. 
And to those who knew . 
him and loved him ■ 
. His, memory will nevor 
grow cold. .-> 
Lovingly 

Mom, Dad, 
-. Sisters and Brother 



CRAFTSMAN Jigsaw with 
motor, 1 8'iuch ariririlriteroat-j 
ed (parties call 3954257. 

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ATTENTIONlFARMERfll 

For prompt removal of all 

dead animals, call collect: 

THE GLOBE RENDERING 

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^Phbne 

Burlington, ROckweB 3-0400 

or Kenosha, OLympic 44111 



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FOR SALE — COMPLETE 
Bath -Room Set, sink, howl 
and tub, all white; in A-l 
condition. -9x12 wool rug 
(cleaned); Largo Mirror 42x 
44, and other valued Hems. 
Call 305-2048. (Ufi-17) 



APARTMENT Size Gas Stove, 
white, $15.00; Three room 
size gas heater, like now, $40. 
Call 395-2207.": (*10-17) 



FOR SALE— Beautiful Drop 
Leaf Table, with three extra 
leaves. Will set 12 people. 
Also have refrigerator. Phone 
305-2455. (*i0-17) 



WANTED,— RAWLEIGH 
DEALER with car, good 
health , 30 hours or more 
weekly, to. servo families In 
■N W ^LnkoTCouhty. jRawlclglV 
line well known. See or colli 
William Nickolcy: 130- N.l 
3rd Strectj Liberty vlllo; fch. 
EM-2-3807 or write Rawleigh, 
Dopt; WU3 60-130, Erceporf, 1 
Illinois, v (15-16-17-18-18), 




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WOMAN,- part-time, typing 
necessary*.; Willing to work 
some week-ends.. Call Anti- 
och Answering Service, 395- 
3011. (15-10) 



EXPERIENCED Secretary. 
Apply in* person at Antloch 
Grade School, 817 N, Main 
Street, Antloch, Illinois. (10) 



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DINING ROOM SET with 3 
leaves and six chairs, Odds 
and onds of furniture, . , Call 
395-3197: ; . - ^ (*16-17) 



Miscellaneous 



DRAPES and Valances, 1 pr. 
15 ft wide; 2.pr. 3 ft. wide, 
73 Inches long. Fur trimmed 
wlntor coat, size 10-18; 2 car 
coats, size 12-14; Insulated 
boots, size 8; old Victrola and 
records; 3-burner oil stove. 
Call 3054192. . <»10-17) 

SUNFLAME Oil Heater. Call 
UN 24345. (*10-17) 



FOR SALE 



IN ANTIOCH 
5 Room Two Bedroom home. 
Five minutes walk to shop* 
ping, church" and business 
district. Full basement, beau- 
tiful large lot, fruit trees. 
Only $14,000. Owner anx- 
ious. Call JU 7-8171. (lltf) 



FOR SALE — Year 'round 
water front homo. Located 
just off Petite Lake on chan- 
nel to Bluff Lake. Two bed- 
rooms, basement. 73 ft. front- 
age, good seawall. One price; 
only $11,500. Call MO 4- 
0360. (7tf) 



WATERFRONT LOT 100 feet 
on wide channel, Road in 
back, high land. Owner will 
sell reasonable. Call 305- 
2274. (ltf) 



SHOWER Stall and all fit- 
tings. Easy Mangle, all In 
good condition. I Call 305- 
2271, • (*10-17) . 



Automotive 

I HAVE A 1962 Volks Wagen 
Station Wagon. Must see to 
appreciate. Call- 815-385- 
4100. Ask for Dale. (6) 



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Boats 



W& FT. MASTER CRAFT 
Globe boat. Phantom inboard 
motor,- 45 h.p., & trailer. 
Needs repair, will sell reas- 
onable. Call TR 2-0602. 

(♦16-17) 



Miscellaneous 



WANTED: Inboard' motor- 
boat engine. 4cyl. 70 - 100 
1LP. Have Gray 4 »45 to trade 
or will purchase outright. 
Must be a buy. Call 395-2857. 

(13tfn) 



CONCRETE ?•:' LIGHTAWT., 
BLOCKS - PATIO BLOCKS 
CRAB ORCHARD, LANNON 
& FRENCH LICK STONB 
Complete Line of All > 
FACE BRICK % ALUMINUM 
AND STEEL WINDOWS/AND 

DRAIN TILE :)l. ' 

Fox Lake Concre te Products 

& Building Material Co. . 

Rt. 12 & RR Depot, Fox Lake, 

BL *hone JUitice 7-1441 



FOR^OOD 
FIRE INSURANCE 

CONSUL* 

J. P, MILLER 

Rt. 69, Post Office Box 142 

DIAL 393-1232 - Antioch, III. 



ASPHALT PAVING 
' Home Drives and Parking 

Areas a Specialty -.. 
Resurfacing - SealcoaUng 
GUARANTEED WORK 
-— Free" Estimates — ■■■: ?i 
WHARTON BLACKTOP & 
KI 6-2513 ! 

438*7710.. 



By!Effl«Wtoman 

393.2399" ! 

FELTER'S .-3UBD, 

< Lu An ri :(G ussarsoh^ daugK-: 
tor of Mr, and Mrs, Ralph 
GiisHaraonjiceiebratedihoriOth 
;blfllulayionJOct;^12. ° 1 
Wtlwms to Subd. ,' 

: Mr. and Mrs. 'Richard iHed-; 
berg imul ^children; tfornicr; 
resldonls^of 'Harden iSt,, 'live 
on Clrcio 'Drive !ln !FoItcr&! 
They purchased Mo T. ;Ko- 
walskhlidmo; .Mr;f'Hedherg^ls 
employed ibyflthc 'IMCrgCo; 
In Skokie, 111. ^~ 

g'Mr. and' Mrs. Karl Bihl- 
nicicr of Lake Drive, parent .s 
of 4 Mrs.i-Rjciiord 'Hctlberg^ 
purchased their jhom'e ' from 
Mr; and Mrs, Rtetz.-Mr.'Biiil- 
meler retired f rom ^theSNa-i 
ttonal Ten •-Co>jin iChlcago, 
.where lie \vos albaker. 
Mrs. ^Lillian ^Lensko" of 
Glonvtew, JH., Ms ivlslting 
friends hndVhor -brother is 
RoyLnkke. - v^ : ;- 

,- 'Mr., and 'Mrs^Frank Toman 
acquired an unusual ,pot-^a' 
tliree:ycar-oId -toy fox iterrierj 
— umiHiinl because ithe -dog 
understands only Rohemum. 
IliSiOwnersIrmoved ito Cnll£ 
fornla. 

Mrs. ' Herman "Rchbefg at- 
tended a demonstration in 
the home ot Mrs. Albrecht on 
Rte. 59. There were approx- 
imately .- ; 1 1 : ladies >present.' 



Hm liirtiii Sill 
Dates For Schools ;1 

'Dates for the Farm and 
Family sRuslhess Management 
School In Lake County )have 



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WANTED 

DIRTY OLD SHOES. We'll 
shine 'cm up and make 'cm 
look like new and it won't 
cost you anything. Just 
bring 'em in to One Hour 
Martini-zing or the Antioch 
Shoe Hospital (directly be- 
hind Martinizing plant) and. 
we will shine .e'm up FREE. 



HOSTESS WANTED — Help 
yourself earn Christmas 
Gifts. You invite the guest, 
we do the rest. No deliv- 
eries . or. money to , , collect-, 
Toy" Shoppers Service.* Call 
.demonstrator 385-2380. 



FOR RENT 



Houses 



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TWO BEDROOM tenant 
house, on Sunnyhill farm. 
Prefer 'retired or working 
couple. Rent lowered for 
right party able to help on 
farm. (15-10) 



IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, 
LAKE FRONT 7-room year 
" round home, 4 bedrooms, 
oil heat, aluminum storms 
& screens, tile bath, modern 
kitchen, refrigerator, electric 
range, automatic washer, 
carpeting, drapes, 2-car gar- 
age and 1 car garage, large 
boat house and pier, built-in 
bar In basement, tile floor 
bath, 2 septic tanks, lot 200' 
x 180', landscaped. Five 
minutes from Antioch. Sale 
price $40,000.00. Call Antl- 
och 395-1360 or Chicago 
Grovehlll 0-0805. (4 tf) 

Real Estate for Sale 

FOR RENT 
3 ROOM furnished Duplex, 
heat included. In Antioch. 
Call 305-4420. 



NELSON'S 

Real Estate and 
p Fire Insurance 

L HOME OWNER'S POLICIES, 
' ' ALL OTHER LINES OF 
8 INSURANCE 

t Including 

2" auto - fire - theft 
Marine - truck - liability 

; COMPENSATION 

jftOl Main St. Dial 3954420 
Antloch. niinoU 



HOSPITAL BED, refrigerators, 
stoves, washer, pictures, dishes, 
crocks, cut glass crystal, hrass 
silverware, cabinets, radio, TV 
sets, bells, rugs, hassocks, kitchen 
sets, dinette set, desks, filing 
cabinets, combination doors, 
pianos, boot paint, bicycles, mar- 
ble tables and dressers, etc. Wa- 
gon wheels, barn lanterns, books, 
cosh registers, table legs, sink tops, 
vases, lamps, records, largo moose 
head, beds, chairs, rockers, solas, 
drapes, pumps, mowers, toilets, 
vacuum cleaners, typowrilers, elec- 
tric appliances,, organs, 

AND CONVERSATION PIECES 
TOO NUMEROUS TO . 
MENTION 

COME IN AND BROWSE 
New ond used merchandise far 
home, office, farm, porch, shops, 
factory and garden. 

BOUGHT - SOLD - EXCHANGED 



ANTIOCH 
Bargain Barn 



39 North Avenue, Vz mile East of 
83. Friday and Saturday, noon to 
8 p.m. Sunday noon to 6 p.m. 
MONDAY 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 1000 
new bargains weekly. "Plenty of 
free parking.' 



Apartments 



TWO OR THREE room mod- 
ern furnished apartments. 
Rath with .shower. All utili- 
ties included. Petite Lake, 
Antioch. Phone 305-2080. 
(15-10) 



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HOME 

INSULATION 

Saves you' up to 40% In fuel, 

your home is much cooler In 

summer, reduces floor drafts 

and makes cold rooms warm* 

er. Makes more even room 

temperature. . *\"' 

BURLINGTON ROOFING A 

INSULATING CORP. ■ 

472 Milwaukee Ave. 

; Burlington, Wisconsin .. 

Phone 41*703-0131 

or ' ' i\J 

after 5:00 p.m. 414-763-2028 




ELECTROWX Cleaner and 
Air Purifier j 

E. W. EDWARDS 
Factory Representative Elec-. 
trolux Corporation Sales Se 
Service, 600 Parkway Ave, J 
AnUoeh,,m!nols. .phone 3954 ;1, .,.._ Vieto A. Reldc! 
0319 after 4 p.m. or week' 
ends. " (7 tf) 



HAVE YOU CHECKED \ 
YOUR CHIMNEY LATELY? 
Tuck pointing, Chimneys 
built and repaired, water 
proofing, concrete restora- 
tion, caulking side walks, 
complete building mainten- 
ance, i 

FREE ESTIMATES 
AH work guaranteed. Pri- 
vate and industrial. Phone 
395:1001, (40tf) 



3-ROOM Furnished Apart- 
ment in Antioch. 1st floor, 
front ami back entrance, utili- 
ties furnished. Call 395- 
0538. (10) 



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Miscellaneous 



BOX STALLS and winter pas- 
tures for horses, cattle pas- 
ture land, boat storage. Ce- 
ment constructed building. 
Call 395-1594. (15-16) 



SERVICES 



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ENGLISH SPRINGER Span- 
ier .puppies. AKC registered. 
Pedigreed champion sired. 
Reasonable. Call EL 0-8155. 

(16) 



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FOR SALE 
Lot 16, block 1; Lo 
jj}7 In Block 6; Lot 19, Block 
5 (corner lot), In Groveland 
Park in Anzlnger Subdivision. 
Coll 395-1050, U8) 



5,000 ft. CHAIN LINK fence 
complete. Will sell all or 
part. Box No. 305, Palatine, 
III., or phone coUect FL 8- 
2466. • (8tf) 



WE APPLY 

SIDING: 

. Aluminum 

lmufot«d 

Asbestot 
* ALUMINUM: 
Doors - Windows 
Jalousie - Porch 
Roll and Permanent Awnlngi 
ALL TYPES OF ROOFING - 
INSULATING 

BURLINGTON ROOFING & 

INSULATING CORP. 

472 Milwaukee Ave. 

BURLINGTON. WISCONSIN 

Phone 414-763-013L 

or 

after 5:00 p.m. 414-763-2020 



FOR GOOD 

LIFE INSURANCE 

CONSULT 
J. P. MILLER - 
Rt. 59, Post Office Box 142 
DIAL aog-1 232 - Antioch. Rl 

Legal Notice 



NEWCOMER? 



Have you. Iff 
or has someone 
you know, 
just moved to a 
new home? 

Your Welcome Wagon 
Hosteaa will call with 
gifta and friendly 
greeting* from the com- 
munity. 



Wetcema Wagon Hatted 
ELiot 6-7013 



or 



Florence M. Zagorski 
ELiot 6-7802 j 



WELCOME WAGON 



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Mrs, Tholma iGolbrlcht- wiis 
then demonstrator. > iThe^next 
tlbmbnstratfbit Will ;|Jbe j|n tjio 
home of Mrsi ?Horman idor- 
wood, <of Grim Lake (Rd. 

Hoy L;okko hns retired: 
fr6m>BottfljyVeldhjglliijWood-j 
atoek, '^Mr. snnd • Mrg.'jl.dkke 
have fheohlreHidents of. j Kol-, 
tor's for lapprokimately 10 
years, L'They faro Jmemhera] 
df^the Methodist church. St ! 

Mrs; HLokke will serve ~a 
lunch at; 12 o'clock on, 
Thursday =toitl)eoNcll6club.;> 
Honio FrOm Vacation . 

•Mr. 'and Mrs; A.^Mooro re- 
turned ^recently from avtrlp to 
Canada. ; iThey enjoyed ;the 
trip and scenery, around! 
Lakes Michigan and 'Superior;; 

PETITE^LAKE 

William iT. .-Murphy, son of. 
Rep. and Mrs. AV; % Murphy, 
entered Mormlon Ahhcy in 
Aurora. ' He iis , a '-'brother 1 
candidate for^lho Order of 
St Ilenediot. := He graduated 
from St. Joseph's IlightSchool 
in Kenosha lost .Tunc, 

ANTIOCH HEIGHTS 

Mr. and Mrs. William Holt 
of Highland Ave. celebrated 
their.' fifth wedding anniveiv 
sory on October 12. 

Master James Rockow, son 
of Mr. ond Mrs. Jerry Iloc- 
kow, celebrated his 11th 
joirthday anniversary on Oct. 
0. A small family gathering 
was held. 

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EAST LOON LAKE 
Mr. and;' Mrs. "Ronald "Pol- 
son attended the wedding of 
J. Mclntyre and Linday Col- 
lins at the Good Shepherd 
Community church in Des 
Plaines, A reception was 
held for approximately 100 
people In .the home of Mr. 
and Mrs. Clark Mclntyre of 
Dos Plaines. ' ' 

Barbara Olson, daughter or 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson", 
fell and broke her teg. She 
sustained a spiral break, re- 
quiring three months in a 
cast. They are summer resi- 
dents from Chicago.. Mrs. 
Olson is a member of the 
WOTM Antioch Chapter 735. 

CALIFORNIA SUBDN. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 
Peters of First Ave., Lake 
Marie, attended a wedding in 
Chicago for Mr. and Mrs. 
John G. "Ignoffo. The young 
couple were united in mar- 
riage at St. Vincent dc Paul 
church.' A reception was 
held for approximately 400 
people. 

Mrs. Fannie Hcdhcrg held 
a meeting in her home for 
the Order of Martha with 20 
ladies present. The next 
meeting will be held" in the 
home of Mrs. A. Wert/, on the 
afternoon of Nov. 13. 



anJiouncM by F*rm. 
Adviser RayT, Nicholas, - ] 

Schoolibegfhs on Tuesday, 
November 12 at ljp.m.lniUhe 

Farm Bureau building on the 
LakerJCounty^Falr igrounds. 
Additional Hessians will bVon 
November 19^2(l^nd-iDecem-: 

ber '3 and 10 from ^p,m. to] 

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SHOlS SHINID 

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S«a IIO od •« Sotlaty p«a«. 



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BtJng In Your Worn or Scuffed 
Shoes To U* For Renewing! ; 




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SAVE MONEY — 
* Let Us i Repair Your Shoes 

Taylor's Shoe Store 



S91 Main Street 



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FOE GOOD 

AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 

CONSULT 

J. P. MILLER 

Rt. 69, Post Office Box 142 

DIAL 395-1232 • Antioch, III, 



TRY DIADAX tablets, 
mer name Dox-A-Diet. 

week's supply only 93C, 
Reeves Drugs 



For- 

Full 



(13-24) 



FURNACES CLEANED AND 

REPAIRED 

Oil Burner Service 

A. J. EGGERT, Camp Lake, 

Wis., Tel. Silver Lake, 

TUcker 9-5691 



NOTICE OF SPECIAL 
ELECTION 
School District Number 36, 
Lake County, Illinois^ 

NOTICE is hereby given 
that on Saturday, the 10th 
day of November, 1863, a 
special election will be held 
in and for School District 
Number 36, Lake County, Illi- 
nois, for the purpose of vot- 
ing upon the following prop- 
ositions: i 

I. Shall the Board of Educa- 
tion of School District Num- 
ber 36, Lake County, Illinois, 
build and equip an addition 
to tlie present school building 
now owned and used by said 
District for school purposes 
and commonly known as tlie 
"Grass Lake School Build- 
ing", such addition to be used 
as a gymnasium for physical 
education purposes and also 
to provide additional class 
rooms and to pay the cost 
thereof issue bonds of said 
District to the amount of 
$130,000, said bonds to beat- 
interest at" the rate of nol to 
exceed four and one-quarter 
per cent (4'/j%) peo annum, 
payable semiannually?. 

II. Shall the Board of Edu- 
cation of School District 
Number 36, Lake County, 
Illinois, build and equip an 
addition to the present school 
building now owned and used 
by said District for school 
purposes and commonly 
known as the "Grass Lake 
School Building", such addi- 
tion to be used as a gymna- 
sium for physical education 
purposes, and to pay the cost 
thereof issue bonds of said 
District to the amount of 
$68,000, said bonds lo bear 
Interest at the rate oUaot to. 



"■— MONEY ■— ■ 

FOR HOME OWNERS 

Wo will |uv off nil your old bills, 
and cet yuu . . . 

HEXTRA CASH 
for ANY PURPOSE 
Regardless of .AIorlgLigi* or I.nnd 
Cuntruct. Adjust yuur itiiyiiwiits 
to fit your bmiKi'i. Nil (ni.vNH'iits 
to mahc for 

6 MONTHS 
Take up to 60 immths to rcuav at 
Hank Interest. 

1st or 2nd MORTGAGES 
j up to S ??? 
If you linvc been lurnnl down 
by others . . . CAM. US NOW 

WE CAN HELP YOU — 
TODAY !!!! 
All loans fully insured, licensed 
nnd nonded. 

CALL ANYTIME 

Photic 3IR. ADAMS 

Kimball 6-3819 or 395-3GI3 

FOR A CONFIDENTIAL 

INTERVIEW IN TUB 

CONVENIENCE OF 

YOUR OWN HOME 

Over S.'S.OUQ.OOO lit 

Consolidation Kxlierlrnro 



i! <T^~u»e OLGA COAL 

To Heat Your Place 

Olg&'i cl»an— your bom* »l4y» bright 
Foi funiw* or »tok*r. It huts Juit right 
B* thrifty with your hard[-«*ni«l wigia > 
Ordu Ola*— the bwt In *«•». 
Silwr dttes toll you th* brand 
Olga- the butt cool la th* had; 



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FINANCING TO $3500 — 5 YEARS TO PAY 

ANTIOCH LUMBE 

-*— and COAL COMPANY^,. 



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IVIRYTHIKG TO BUILD ANYTHING! 
J I Open daily 7:30 a. m. lo 5:00 p. m. — Sunday! 9 a. m. lo 12 

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Momber Antioch Chamber Commerce 



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exceed four and one-quarter 
per cent (4Vi%) per annum, 
payable semiannually'.' 

That for the purpose of 
said election said entire 
School District constitutes a 
single voting precinct and the 
polling place designated for 
said election is as follows: , 
GRASS LAKE GRADE 
SCHOOL BUILDING 
within the District 
The polls at said election 
will be opened at twelve 
o'clock noon and will be 
closed at seven o'clock P. M„ 
on said day. 

By order of the Board of 
Education of School District 
Number 30, Lake County, 
minors. 

Dated this 14th day of 
October, 1903. 

, ROBERT H. HART 
President of the Board of 
Education of School Dis- 
trict Number 30, Lake 
County, Illinois. 
Charlotte A. Queen 
Secretary of the Board of 
Education of School Dis- 
trict Number 30^1^^ 
County, lllinnlfl- 




Visit Your Jewel 
Pastry Shop! 



, . . You'll always find a templ- 
ing assortment of pastries to 
fit any occasion in your An- 
tioch Jewel Pastry Shop. 

- All kinds of breads, hard 
and soft rolls for dinner, sweet 
rolls for breakfast. Cookies far 
everyday and special occasions, 
too. Cakes, every kind imagin- 
able plus a variety of dough- 
nuts and OF COURSE, Coffee 
Cakes, rich and buttery. 

Stop in yourself. See how de- 
licious pastries look. And . . . 
they taste just as good, too! 



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• . . . AND 

Fresh Baked Hot Pies, 

FOR TONITE'S DESSERT T O O ! 



CUP AND REDEEM THIS COUPON 
AT YOUR ANTIOCH JEWEL ! 



Good Thru Sat., Oct. 19, 1963 

CHOCOLATE SONDAE 
CAKE 79c 



10c 

CASH 
VALUE 



WITH THIS 
COUPON 



Reg. 89c 
Without Coupon 



LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER 






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Blade 



Grab 




Del Monto 



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BARGAINS! 



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Pineapple Grapefruit Drink 4 ' $*J 00 



46-ox. cans 



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Del Monte 



FRUIT COCKTAIL . . . 5 '• $100 

16-ot. cans 
Del Monte 

WHOLE KERNEL CORN . A $100 

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STEWED TOMATOES . . 5 * $100 

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COFFEE. 

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Mrs. Grass 

NOODLES 

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4 $1oo 



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Mb. loaf 



by Eddie Oouceife 

For a 5-8 lb. TableRite Rib Roost, prehear oven to 325° F. Place Roast in pen fat 
side up. If meat thermometer-is used insert into thickest part. Do not let end touch 
bone. Follow directions on thermometer for desired, doneness. Approximate time 
for rare 6-lb. roost, about 2 hours, IS min. The argument on seasoning- prior to 
cooking Is pro and con. Garlic can be inserted belweon ribs. Cut up onion, ends 
of celery and leaves, along with carrot peelings, con bo added to roast pan. 

To make tasty gravy, brown some flour In fit from roast. 
Add canned bouillon and water to make a gravy of de- 
sired consistency. Season if necessary. Serve with oven- 
browned potatoes and choice of vegetable. 

U. S. D. A. Choice - TableRite 

CHUCK STEAKS . 



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■ U, S. D. A. Choice - TableRite 

RIB STEAKS . . 



TableRite Fresh, Lean 




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IGA SANDWICH COOKIES 



Chocolate, , 14b. 

Vanilla m Umon bag 



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U. S. No. 1 - New Crop — ^^ 

IDAHO POTATOES - 59^ 

10. lb. bag 
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U; S. D. A. Choice - Boneless 

RIB EYE STEAKS . 



lb $149 



U. S. D. A. Choice - TabtoRito 

BONELESS POT ROAST 



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TableRite - Bonoloss 

LEAN STEWING BEEF 



Corn King 

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U.S. D. A. Choice - TableRite 

SIDE OF BEEF . , . 

Cut and Wrapped Free 

Antioch (JFjJ) Foodliner 



Store Hours: 



Daily 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. — Sundoy 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. 



Corner of Rts. 50 & 173 
Next to Ace Hardware - Antioch 

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